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Bob Jozwiak

Vice President Sales and Marketing

Fairbanks Scales Inc

HQ Phone:  (816) 471-0231

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Fairbanks Scales Inc

821 Locust Street

Kansas City, Missouri,64106

United States

Company Description

For more than 180 years, Fairbanks has provided top quality industrial weighing equipment and dependable service through a network of Fairbanks sales and service representatives and authorized distributors. Fairbanks continues to break new ground in scale desi... more

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www.forestermedia.net

"Most states require the scales are certified at least once a year and sometimes more," notes Bob Jozwiak, vice president of sales and marketing for Fairbanks Scales.
"Calibration services are critical to the operation. If the scale is not weighing properly, the state will shut down the site." Meeting the task of accountability in the solid waste industry not only calls for accurate weight, but also ascertaining who's responsible for that weight and how they will be charged, says Jozwiak, whose company manufactures Talon and Titan truck scales. Software plays a significant role in weighing operations, Jozwiak notes. The manual transactions of the past have given way to automated transactions, "giving municipalities and major organizations like Waste Management the ability to get a real-time understanding of what's happening at the site," he adds.


www.pitandquarry.com

"Unattended weighing systems are becoming more and more important to our customers," said Bob Jozwiak, vice president of sales and marketing of Fairbanks Scales.


mail.powderandbulk.com

Bob Jozwiak, Fairbanks vice president of sales, said Friday that Automated Access will continue to produce scales for now, but that Fairbanks is evaluating whether to move production to its own facilities.
"This acquisition positions us better for the future," Jozwiak said. "This technology is being demanded by our customers. Unattended weighing systems are becoming more important to our customers. We should be able to pick up some extra market share." Jozwiak said that instead of having an attendant run the scale and provide weight receipts, the automated scale system enables a driver to swipe a card and automatically get weighed and receive a receipt. Then companies can have the scale attendant do other things, and only intervene at the scale if a problem arises with the system. Fairbanks already offers an automated scale system. The assets from Automated Access enable Fairbanks to offer scales for simpler types of applications. Jozwiak said the new scales should lead to a revenue increase of 5 percent to 10 percent.


www.timesleaderonline.com

Located in the county seat of Harrison County, the Cadiz Fire Department operates out of one main station on N. Main St. The department's officers include: Leonard Merryman (Chief); Ricky Roghila (Assistant Chief); Chris Mansfield (Captain 1); John Vermillion (Captain 2); A.J. Foster (Lieutenant 1); Tony Sedgmer (Lieutenant 2); Tom Ott (President) and Bob Jozwiak (Vice President)


www.lakecountryonline.com [cached]

Hearing Loss Association of Waukesha County can be reached by calling Bob Jozwiak, (262) 695-1856, or by e-mailing bobjozwiak@wi.rr.com.Submited 2/2/2006 2:43:02 PM


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