In the past we’ve written about things like how to use a counting scale and provided advice based on what’s written in the manufacturers manual or user guide. So today we wanted to briefly discuss some strategies when it comes to renting counting scales.
Typically a customer might rent counting scales so that they can complete physical inventory at their facility. By renting a good number of scales for counting, the company can count lots of parts quickly and utilize employees in multiple departments. By using a digital scale the accuracy should be pretty accurate as well. The speed of the task should be pretty quick too.
By renting scales instead of buying, the company can save a lot of money and upkeep costs. If you were to purchase a large quantity of scales, you would have to spend a lot of money up front. You would need to make sure the scales are safe and secure when not in use. And you would need to make sure the scales are checked and calibrated before each inventory. So, by choosing to rent scales instead, those costs are either part of the rental price or not applicable. We’re a little bias but Inventory Scales.com is one resource we definitely recommend to check out when it comes to renting all different types of scales.