Weighpack Systems reviews
Weighpack Systems is a privately held company in machinery with 51-200 employees founded in 1991. Weighpack Systems's reputation score is 16%, which is bad.
Weighpack Systems is a manufacturer based in Montreal, Canada, offering a range of automatic bagging, wrapping and engineered packing systems for businesses. They create products for other businesses to use on their production lines, and endeavor to be a one-stop-shop for businesses to purchase this equipment, and provide their clients with support, parts and repairs as required. Although they are based in Canada, only 23% of their business comes from Canadian companies, with 70% derived from the United States.
Armin Syroos has been Manager of Engineering and Project Management since October 2014. He has more than 15 years of experience working for other packaging equipment suppliers, including Krones and Sidel. Bertrand Plourde is the Manager of Quality and Continuous Improvement, he previously held the same role at Cirque du Soliel. He has only been with the company since April 2015. The company has been operating since 1991, and managing to stay in business for 25 years can be seen to demonstrate good business practices and a commitment to keeping clients happy and retaining their reputation in the field. Weighpack Systems is also not listed on any spam websites, suggesting they are a reputable organisation that can be trusted with your business.
Although their reputation score is 70%, there is seemingly very little record of bad reviews of the company online, with both social media sites Facebook and Twitter having no negative mentions of the business. The main negative feedback the company appears to get is from ex-employees, which is to be expected, and does not impact how the company deals with its clients and customers. Even though most employee reviews such as those on Glassdoor are positive, they are balanced by a few very bad reviews which lower the company’s star rating. This backlash from past employees seems to have skewed the reputation score of the company online, and can be seen as worrisome for a potential employee, but should not be something that concerns potential clients.
01 Jun 2016