METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection Moves to New Facility

With 270,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space, the new Florida location will house Safeline, Hi-Speed, PCE and CI-Vision business units.

The Product Inspection Group of METTLER TOLEDO, manufacturer of product inspection systems for the food and pharmaceutical industries, has moved into a new state-of-the-art facility in Pasco County, FL.

With 270,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space, the Group will now house four business units. Safeline, the Tampa-based metal detection and x-ray inspection business unit, moved into the new facility this month. It will be joined by the Hi-Speed checkweighing unit and the CI-Vision machine vision and PCE Track & Trace/serialization units later this year. The official company name will be METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection.

Having all of its inspection technologies manufactured under one roof will be advantageous to customers, says the company. Not only can they save time and money by visiting a single location to see demonstrations and testing on all variations of inspection equipment; they can seek advice on all technologies from experts to determine the best solution for their specific application. The new state-of-the-art facility elevates METTLER TOLEDO's capabilities, with a much larger production area, first-class training and test labs, as well as multiple FAT (factory acceptance testing) rooms.

METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection Group, comprised of Safeline, Hi-Speed, CI-Vision and PCE, supplies metal detectors, x-ray inspection systems, in-line checkweighers, machine vision systems, and serialization/track-and-trace solutions. The Group is a division of Mettler-Toledo Inc., a global supplier of precision instruments with sales and service locations in 37 countries. METTLER TOLEDO product inspection systems are used by manufacturers in many industries, including food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, personal care, plastics and chemicals.

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