RAVAS Mobile Weighing launches Weigh in Motion technology at LogiMAT 2023
At LogiMAT 2023, RAVAS Mobile Weighing launches Weigh in Motion. A revolutionary technology that allows forklift truck drivers to weigh palletized goods while in motion. Visit RAVAS at booth C75 in hall 10 and witness this technological revolution yourself.
New publication on partnership between EP Equipment and RAVAS
At EP Equipment, innovation is at the heart of every move the company makes. From product development to after sales services, taking risks and making innovative decisions is what sets EP apart from the competition. With the aim to design the right truck for every application, when we find a partner offering a product to further increase the usability of our trucks, we set out to build a relationship to change the game again. This is where EP and RAVAS become partners in innovation.Read more
RAVAS launches new and improved Ergo Truck model
During the LogiMAT 2022 in Stuttgart, RAVAS introduced a new and improved model Ergo Truck, with electric drive and lifting function. Ideal for transporting heavy pallets over short distances.Read more
RAVAS introduces innovative new products and solutions at LogiMat 2022
After the last-minute cancellation of LogiMat in 2020, team RAVAS is excited to join Europe's largest international trade show for intralogistics. At booth F50 in hall 9, our sales, marketing, and technical professionals will show you what the future of intralogistics will look like and how the added value of mobile weighing solutions can provide more innovation and efficiency to your industry.Read more
RAVAS Europe prepares for the next step
At the beginning of December, RAVAS Europe, a leader in mobile weighing technology, is moving into a brand new, state-of-the-art, and above all sustainable building. With a new CEO leading the management team to roll out and implement the strategic business plan worldwide, RAVAS is preparing for the next step and looking ahead to the future with confidence and ambition.
Re-weighing and dimensioning increases revenues in LTL operations
Research has shown that in 40-50% of cases, the declared weight of palletized goods entering LTL hubs is incorrect. Unsurprisingly, the stated weight is usually lower than the actual weight.Read more
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