Binderholz Implements Solutions From Trimble

Binderholz is implementing Trimble Forestry’s LIMS and WeighWiz solutions for its newly acquired sawmill location in Live Oaks, Fla.

LIMS is a widely used log accounting and contracting system. LIMS provides management control over all phases of timberland, woodland, yard and mill operations.

WeighWiz is an advanced weigh scale application. WeighWiz can operate in attended mode or unattended mode for peak times when there is no weigh master available. It records information entered by the truck driver or company weigh master and captures readings from the weigh scale equipment. WeighWiz can operate on a single scale platform functioning as both the weigh-in and weigh-out scale. It can also control dedicated weigh-in and weigh-out scales.

Trimble Forestry acquired 3LOG in 2019, adding LIMS and WeighWiz to its Connected Forest Business portfolio. The acquisition expands Trimble Forestry’s Connected Forest solutions, which offer a complete end-to-end ecosystem for forest management, traceability, and timber processing.

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