Across the public and private sectors, utilities services keep the cogs of industry turning. By the same token, utilities depend on vehicles to keep services moving. Whether it is energy, construction, water, waste, railway or highway maintenance, every sector has its own unique vehicle types specially adapted to perform specific tasks.

One thing all utility fleets share in common is the benefits they can gain from load management. As one of the world’s leading suppliers of on-vehicle weighing systems for everything from light commercial vans to heavy goods trucks, VPG Onboard Weighing helps utilities operators boost efficiency, safety and profitability through payload optimisation.

Keeping You Safe, Legal and On the Road

Many utilities vehicles face additional challenges operating within their designated weight limits. Trucks and vans often have a lot of weight added by built-in add-ons like racking, tools or specialist equipment necessary for performing day-to-day tasks, which limits the size of loads that can be taken.

This makes accurate, real-time load monitoring all the more important, and not just to keep your vehicles compliant with the law. Diligent weight control helps to minimise wear and tear, ensuring vehicles can stick to planned maintenance schedules and avoid unnecessary downtime. It also improves efficiency and lowers carbon footprint.

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VanWeigh units are worth their weight in gold!

Nick HatchettStores Supervisor, Booth Dispensers Ltd, UK

I have just ordered our fourth VanWeigh system in two years for our growing fleet of VW Crafters. VPG Onboard Weighing fitters are polite, courteous and well trained in their knowledge of the units being fitted. Vehicles are left clean, tidy and ready for work. 

The VanWeigh units themselves are worth their weight in gold. There is no fiddling about to add up weight, just load the vehicles and the unit does the rest. Drivers can see straight away if they need to alter their load to spread the weight.