Fully equipped to avoid expensive under-loading
When Danish contractor Per Aarsleff started the construction of its new headquarters they had to excavate and remove 45,000 cubic meters of earth and clay. In order to be profitable it was important to control costs and one way to do this is to make sure the trucks did not run under-loaded. The reason for this according to Par Aarsleff chairman, Casper Gram, is because under-loading each truck by one tonne would equate to an extra 47 truckloads moved on this job, according to his estimation.
See how Per Aarsleff achevied an accurate weighing of ± 3% margin of error with no disruption to the operator of the excavator in SiteView (page 34).