Custom checkweigher and in-line weighing machinery manufacturer hits 20 year milestone
AP Dataweigh, Inc. is proud to announce that it has achieved a significant milestone by reaching its 20th year in business. AP Dataweigh President Myrna Stanczak commented, "Over the past 20 years we have grown from a small scale manufacturer and system integration startup into a leading American manufacturer of in-motion checkweigher machinery and process solution provider for customers across the globe."
"We take great pride in the fact that AP Dataweigh is now a part of many goods and products which touch our lives every day," said Ron DeBiaso, AP Dataweigh Engineering Manager. "From the food we eat to the detergents we use and the medicines used around the world," he said.
"Our customers prefer our user friendly open architecture solutions found at the heart AP Dataweigh's robust in-motion checkweighers and case weighers," commented Mr. Tim Tuinder, Production Manager for AP Dataweigh. "We deliver a fully customizable system from conveyor and manufacturing line integration to the software that controls it all," he continued.
Reflecting on the past 20 years of AP Dataweigh history, Stanczak added, "We have so much to be thankful for: to our clients for their business, to our associates and representatives for their tireless work and dedication; to our suppliers for their service, and to the local community for their support."
Ap Dataweigh Inc., is a dynamic checkweigher manufacturer serving the diverse checkweighing needs of the global market while taking pride in our made in America product line. Established in 1994, AP Dataweigh continues to meet the demand for 100% product inspection and acomodates an ever increasing reliance upon conveyor scales. AP Dataweigh checkweighers are designed to integrate seamlessly into production lines throughout many manufacturing and packaging operations, and are a necessity to manufacturers and packaging plants who must look out for out of tolerance products, overweight / underweight packages, checking for missing components, or sorting by weight for distribution.