As the Trucking Industry Grows So Too Does Demand for Truck Scales

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After the economic downfall in 2008, several industries experienced a decline in overall industry growth. However one industry that is quickly rebounding is the trucking industry. This important industry is a crucial sector in the United States’ economy and it adds roughly 5% to the annual Gross Domestic Product each year. Without the trucking industry food, fuel, and other commodities would be much harder to obtain.

Overall, the total number of freight shipments in the United States has increased steadily throughout the year, and the industry is projected to see another 3% increase for Christmas and the holidays, reports Utah based KLSTV’s online news page.

With more trucks shipping freight and an increasing amount of fleets on the road, the demand for reliable truck scales will likely demand as well. Looking to meet this demand is Triner Scales and one of its distributors:

Triner Scales first began in 1897, when it quickly earned a reputation for creating innovative products that featured convenient designs. Originally, Triner Scales produced mechanical beam and fan scales, yet today Triner Scales produces a wide array of products that have various applications throughout numerous industries.

One division of Triner Scales is assists Triner Scales with distribution and sales of the various scales it produces including truck scales, forklift scales, and other industrial model scales. Additionally, sells various accessories for industrial scales including extra cordage, digital read outs, and other miscellaneous items.

Customers interested in finding an industrial weighing scale that can meet the demands of the trucking industry should consider the benefits of a Triner Scale, courtesy of

  •     5,000 pound weighing capacity
  •     Waterproofed Stainless Steel
  •     Four Load Cells
  •     Built in Overload Protection
  •     Legal for Trade
  •     Can be used in warehouses, shipping and receiving centers, dry chemical operations, and many other industries.

As the trucking industry continues to grow, demand will also increase for various types of industrial weighing scales available to industry professionals. Weigh stations all over the country will have increased traffic as well. This means the scales will see more usage, leading to an increased need for replacement. For more information on scales, scale application, or product information, visit

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Floor Scales Direct is a division of Triner Scales, one of the oldest and most prestigious scale manufacturers and producers in the United States. provides its customers with a comprehensive assortment of industrial weighing scales that can be used throughout numerous industries.

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