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Archive for May, 2014

Locally global A-Safe crowned for international success

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Safety barrier manufacturer, and inventors of the world’s first fixed, flexible, polymer protection system A-Safe are celebrating this week, after becoming winners of the prestigious Queens Award for International Trade. After developing a worldwide hit with their unique barrier product, they’ve been royally acknowledged, as business thrives. “We’re absolutely elated to be chosen as a Read more…


Is there a killer in your warehouse? Peter Harvey, Chief Executive of the Fork Lift Truck Association

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

As you set off for work each day, you would understandably expect to finish your workday in your home or maybe the pub… not in a hospital. But for more than 800 workers each year, accidents involving fork lift trucks result in serious injuries. The very nature and size of fork lift trucks means that Read more…


June 1st – Forecast looks sunny for warehouse and logistics property

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Welcome to the June 1st Warehouse Logistics News.  As the UK economic recovery continues to take hold, the CBI has upgraded its forecast for GDP growth to rise to 3.0% this year. As the economic news improves, industrial and logistics property is making the headlines, leading the recovery for corporate property. And it’s nationwide – Read more…


Euro containers in all shapes and sizes

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

By holding a large volume of stock, can offer next day delivery for Euro containers in all the conventional sizes but also some more unusual ones. The company’s long and narrow Euro containers – the GoBox 1750 EU and GoBox 1800 EU – offer a much stronger and more cost-effective alternative for storing and Read more…


Battery Components launches new online store

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Battery Components is set to revolutionise the traction battery industry with the launch of their new online store: The store offers a wide range of traction battery components and accessories, all in one place for ultimate convenience. Battery Components was established earlier this year by joint Managing Directors Matthew Stevenson and Thomas Burgess.  Their Read more…


Emulate3D controls testing software wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

AutoLogic Systems are excited to announce that the developers of their Emulate3D software have won a Queen’s Award for innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for business success. The award for Innovation is in recognition of the work done in developing the Emulate3D Controls Testing (ECT) range. Implementing and testing industrial automation system controls can Read more…


Hyundai Fully Converts Diesel Forklift Range to STAGE IIIB

Posted: Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Hyundai Heavy Industries has nearly completed converting its entire range of 1.5 to16 tonne load capacity diesel forklifts to Stage IIIB engines. The new machines have an eye-catching new design with dynamic lines and all of the new products were launched at last week’s CeMAT exhibition in Hannover, Germany. Now, Kubota diesel engines will be Read more…


London cycle safety initiatives to continue following drop in cyclist injury rate

Posted: Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

27 May 2014 By Hayley Pink Transport for London’s (TfL) latest figures reveal the number of serious injuries to cyclists in the capital has fallen by more than a quarter (28%), with co-ordinated road safety initiatives Operation Safety and the Industrial HGV Task Force attributed as playing a significant role. The annual figures released today Read more…


Sherwood Distribution & Storage placed in liquidation with deficit of nearly £480k

Posted: Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

27 May 2014 By Chris Tindall The liquidator for Worksop-based Sherwood Distribution Storage said the company went bust this week with an overall deficit of almost £480,000. A creditors’ meeting to discuss the future of the company, which had a licence authorising 15 vehicles and 25 trailers, took place on 20 May and it was Read more…


£140k fine after forklift driver dies in lorry incident

Posted: Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

27 May 2014 By Roger Brown AAK UK has been fined £140,000 after a forklift truck driver was killed at its factory in an incident involving a lorry. In a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) prosecution, Liverpool Crown Court was told how Michael Moran was using his forklift to load a lorry trailer outside the Read more…