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Archive for September, 2012

Norbert expands Warrington site for LPR

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

Norbert Dentressangle has invested £750,000 in a new facility near Warrington for the red pallet pool – La Palette Rouge. The new site, which can handle 2.4 million pallets a year, is close to junction 20 of the M6. the 50,000 sq ft depot replaces a smaller building on the same site. Jane Gorick, managing Read more…

 

£150m investment for Southampton

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

Some £150 million is to be invested in the port facilities at Southampton in a new project by Associated British Ports, the port owner and joint venture partner in DP World Southampton – the container terminal operator. Work has started on the reconstruction of berths 201/202 at the container terminal to combine the two berths Read more…

 

Vanderlande mobile maintenance plan

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

Automation specialist Vanderlande is launching the Vanderlande Industries Mobile Maintenance Solution (MMS). It is working with Schad, the engineering mobility software company. Using the MMS, Vanderlande Industries’ site based teams will have the ability to monitor system performance from any location using any mobile device over Wi-Fi or GPRS. In addition, it offers maintenance engineers Read more…

 

BHS picks TDL for processing and warehousing

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

BHS has awarded a three year processing and warehousing contract to Peterborough-based TDL. The retailer recently carried out a review of its third party processing and warehousing companies which are used for both BHS directly sourced merchandise and its FSV suppliers. The network review measured speed to market, sales, processing, stock replenishment, costs and timeliness Read more…

 

IForce seeks 2,000 temps

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

iForce aims to take on about of 2,000 agency staff to manage an anticipated ten-fold lift in online orders for Christmas. it expects the workforce to rise from 600 to more than 2,500 between November and January. CEO Mark Hewitt said: “By employing such a large amount of staff, we also open the door of Read more…

 

Tilbury record for Freightliner

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

Freightliner reckons it has achieved a new daily throughput record of 481 containers handled in Tilbury. Managing director Adam Cunliffe said: “Since 2009, year on year we have seen our volumes at Tilbury steadily increase. Improved operations, the support of container transfer from Forth Ports and the launch of our new container handling IT system, Read more…

 

Yale unveils new VX compact

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

Yale has introduced a new engine powered cushion tyre VX series, which it says is a significantly more compact fork lift truck with reduced dimensions for greater manoeuvrability when operating within tight aisles. Designers have focused on designing a frame which can comfortably accommodate a cushion tyre rather than a pneumatic or super-cushion (super-elastic) tyre. Read more…

 

Goodyear readies AA-labelled truck tyre

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

28 September 2012 By Chris Druce Goodyear is to launch an AA-labelled truck tyre shortly, which it claims will offer operators  both improved wet grip for their trucks and better fuel efficiency. Engineers at Goodyear have been developing a truck tyre that will qualify for the top ratings for wet grip and fuel efficiency under Read more…

 

Previously disqualified boss refused licence

Posted: Friday, September 28th, 2012

28 September 2012 By Roger Brown DHR Fabrications has had its O-licence application refused after Simon Evans, Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) for the north-west of England, examined the earlier disqualification of one of its directors. In a written decison, following a public inquiry in Warrington, DTC Evans turned down a licence bid for two vehicles Read more…

 

LGV drivers urged to stick to offical flood diversions

Posted: Thursday, September 27th, 2012

27 September 2012 By Robin Meczes Truck drivers have been urged by the Highways Agency to exercise caution and follow signed diversions where roads have been flooded. Work is still ongoing to clear parts of the road network that have been flooded in the north-east and Yorkshire, following this week’s historically exceptional rainfall, but this Read more…

 


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