Scales 4 Less Offers the Best Weighing Equipment, Including Their Newest Addition: On-Board Truck Scale

Since 1983 Scales 4 Less Has Provided Top Notch Scales, and Their Latest Scale is No Exception


Homosassa, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2016 -- Finding the proper weight of any good, truck, or item is an important part of any business transaction – and it is one that occurs on a daily basis all around the world. Finding the right weight for a fair trade is an important task, and one that Scales4Less has been helping customers across the globe with for over 30 years. Since 1983 their scales have enabled businesses to run without a hitch, using food scales, and even scales used for confection stands. The latest addition to their selection is the on-board truck scale: an easy-to-install scale that works with air and spring suspensions. It also includes a handheld indicator and allows for rapid weighing of trucks.

As the premier scale company in the United States, Scales4less established itself over time with premium quality scales. They offer some of the finest scale brands, including:

- Optima
- Triner
- Mettler Toledo
- Chatillon

Optima is replete with scales, with everything from truck scales on down to price computing scales. Triner specializes in truck scales, shipping scales, and livestock scales. Mettler Toledo is known for their USPS shipping scales, while Chatillon generates great hanging scales and bench scales used for shipping products.

In addition to the aforementioned products, Scales 4 Less is the home of scales perfect for deli markets. These scales are price computing and come equipped with a printer that prints out the label for the food item. Other scales offered include those used for confection stands such as ice cream – a place where the retailer requires the weight for the sale, rather than the full price computing.

"The last 33 years have been very good for us, and we are excited to continue to grow and expand our offering," explained company owner and founder John Steele. He continued "The on-board truck scale is a true marvel of design, and we anticipate it being a vastly popular product in the months and years to come."

About began in 1983 as an idea born from helping individual retailers at flea markets. After inventing an easy-up canopy to help sellers stay cool from the heat and protected from rain, the company sought to help others by creating battery-operated scales and cash registers. Later, the business branched out and expanded into all other types of scales – from tiny gram scales and food scales, to scales with high resolution that weigh small quantities and shipping scales.