New President and Innovation For Dimensioning Pioneer
26th January 2017
Dimensioning scanning pioneer CubiScan has named a new president. Randy Neilson will succeed Clark Skeen, who has successfully led the company for 17 years. “Randy Neilson is technically astute, well-connected with our customers and markets, and knows our business,” said Skeen. “He has an excellent sense for the specialized nature of dimensioning applications and is ideally qualified to lead CubiScan into the future.”
Neilson, a graduate of the University of Utah Eccles School of Business, has worked at CubiScan for over 25 years, and for the last 16 years, has served as the Director of Marketing and Sales. “I look forward to the opportunity to provide leadership and to work with such an incredible team at CubiScan,“ said Neilson. “We have great people in all capacities, who are the reason for our great success in the development and distribution of CubiScan dimensioning and weighing systems worldwide. I’m excited to seek out new opportunities and help develop and expand the market for CubiScan devices in this rapidly changing industry.”
The announcement comes at a time when the company is introducing its latest innovation, the CubiScan® 325, an advanced dimensioning and weighing system designed to measure large, irregularly-shaped items for distribution, packaging, and warehousing applications. The CubiScan 325 uses reimagined infrared light technology to measure objects with extreme precision, in one comprehensive cubing and weighing system. Obtaining accurate dimension data has never been so fast and effortless. The CubiScan 325 combines powerful sensing technologies to create a flexible and economical solution for today’s most demanding cubing and weighing applications.
The CubiScan 325 has a measurement capacity up to 24 x 24 x 36 inches with a measurement accuracy of 0.05 inches. The weight capacity is 50lb. and the weight resolution is 0.005lb., proving just how versatile the CubiScan 325 really is. Depending on the object being measured, each measurement takes 3 to 7 seconds. A convenient touchscreen allows for easy operation and diagnostics. Proprietary software, QbitTM, delivers menu-driven operator controls, data storage and transfer, and diagnostics. A mobile cart and useful accessories, such as a portable power supply, are available to create a completely mobile cubing and weighing work station.