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Archive for June, 2012

Dürkopp completes major clothing distribution centre contract for Debenhams

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

Dürkopp Fördertechnik, a leader in the provision of conveyor and sortation systems, has completed a new hanging garment facility for Debenhams’ warehouse at Sherburn–in-Elmet in Yorkshire.  This is the second system that Dürkopp has installed for Debenhams and follows the success of a similar system put in for the firm at their depot on Brackmills Read more…

 

Tannington Transport fined after fitter hit on head

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

29 June 2012 By Roger Brown Suffolk haulier Tannington Transport has been fined £6,000 after one of its workers suffered a fractured skull as he tried to recover a 17-tonne abandoned excavator. In a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) prosecution, Ipswich Magistrates’ Court was told that in September 2011, experienced fitter Paul Collins, 51, was Read more…

 

TJ Cooper Transport sold in pre-pack deal

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

29 June 2012 By Chris Tindall Derbyshire haulage firm TJ Cooper Transport has been sold in a pre-pack deal that administrators say has saved 16 jobs. The company entered administration on 30 May but according to Matt Cluer, insolvency administrator at Wilson Field, it was bought out by rival haulier Green GRP Pallet Network before Read more…

 

Suffolk police get tough on truck drivers

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

29 June 2012 By Hayley Pink Suffolk Police clamped down on law-flouting LGV drivers last week, during a five-day operation that discovered nearly 170 offences. Officers carried out the enforcement campaign between Monday 18 June and Friday 22 June, patrolling the A14, A11 and A12 dual-carriageways in a police-liveried LGV, which enabled a cab-level view Read more…

 

Wrafter Haulage set to be liquidated

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

29 June 2012 By Chris Tindall A Worcester-based haulier that won a contract to help build a 600-capacity prison on Merseyside has gone into liquidation after the government cancelled the plans shortly after coming to power. Wrafter Haulage boss Sean Wrafter says the three-year contract, which also included delivering building materials to Belmarsh prison, “could Read more…

 

It’s the final countdown…

Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012

It’s the final countdown to the deadline for entries to the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards. There are now just a few days left to final deadline of Friday, 6th July. The Awards, organised by Supply Chain Standard in partnership with PwC, are unique in the depth of analysis involved in the judging process, which in turn Read more…

 

EU funding for Welsh logistics development

Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012

The European Union is to provide £2.2m funding for the development of a £7m logistics hub near Holyhead in north Wales. The money will be invested to drive forward plans led by developer Conygar for the first phase of the hub at Parc Cybi. It will help provide two warehouses plus office buildings to support Read more…

 

Flexi targets heavy market with 2.5 tonner

Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Flexi Narrow Aisle has launched the AC2.5T, a new 2.5 tonne articulated forklift truck, which can lift beyond 10m high and operate in aisles as narrow as 1.8 metres wide. The truck’s rear wheels are integrated into the chassis so that it doesn’t have wheel arch extensions, which often the rear wheels are integrated into Read more…

 

Opportunity knocks for Eddie Stobart

Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Stobart Group reckons it is seeing more new business opportunities than in previous years for ambient transport and warehousing. In a trading update for the first four months of the year, the group said the majority of divisions trading ahead of the previous year. The Transport and Distribution division has experienced mixed fortunes since March Read more…

 

London to Paris – on a bike

Posted: Thursday, June 28th, 2012

FTA president Stewart Oades is joining forces with Transport for London Commissioner Peter Hendy to cycle from London to Paris to raise money for Transaid. They will be joined by Transaid chairman Graeme McFaull, CEO Gary Forster and about 50 others. The aim is to raise  £100,000 to support Transaid’s Professional Driver Training projects in Read more…

 


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