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Archive for August, 2014

Dematic CMMS software supports resident maintenance programme

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

Dematic, a supplier of logistics systems for the factory, warehouse and distribution centre, has enhanced its Resident Maintenance Program by including Dematic Computerised Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) with every on-site maintenance contract. The CMMS allows on-site maintenance teams to more effectively manage maintenance activities while increasing uptime and operating performance of automated material handling systems Read more…

 

Ekeri Trailers ‘open doors’ for Hammond Transport

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

TJ Hammond, based in Billericay and now approaching their 90th year in transport, has added a 13.6m multiple-access box van to its vehicle fleet which, says the company, will provide increased utilisation, faster and more flexible loading and improved cargo security. Designed and manufactured by Ekeri, the new semi-trailer features a unique door system with Read more…

 

New transport master planning standards in Romania

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

In July 2014, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Great Britain, placed a large order for the development of sustainable mobility master plans in Romania. The project budget stands at around EUR 1.35 million. PTV Group is assuming a leadership role and providing consulting, expertise, methods and software for transport planning and modelling Read more…

 

Mitsubishi EDiA EX forklift truck delivers agility and power

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

Warehouse managers could soon find it easier to move large loads in tight spaces, after Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks unveiled its new 80V electric forklift: EDiA EX. Launched at Valencia’s City of Arts and Science, EDiA EX could – according to Mitsubishi – make a significant difference to storage arrangements where space is at a premium. Read more…

 

Flexi man takes to two wheels to raise money for Transaid

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

Scott Whittlestone, part of the senior management team at articulated forklift truck manufacturer, Flexi Narrow Aisle, will be donning his lycra and taking to the saddle this autumn and cycling the 340km between London and Brussels to raise money for Transaid. He is part of a team riding to generate funds for Transaid’s vital work Read more…

 

British Council of Shopping Centres appoints The Logistics Business on new research

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

The British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) has appointed logistics and supply chain specialist, The Logistics Business (TLB), to undertake research into understanding the changing logistics of the retail industry. BCSC and TLB will be working together to understand future trends in retail logistics with particular consideration of the effect of multi-channel retailing on logistics. Read more…

 

Transport manager broke most basic rule

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

06 August 2014 By Roger Brown South East traffic commissioner, Nick Denton (pictured), has indefinitely disqualified a transport manager after he ran a vehicle not specified on the O-licence. In a written decision following a July public inquiry in Eastbourne, the TC said Shane Hyland – a former transport manager for operators John Gray and Read more…

 

European Handling Equipment unveils Warrior EasyRoller

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

European Handling Equipment has introduced its Warrior EasyRoller pallet truck. The EasyRoller has a lifting capacity of 2500kg and is designed to assist the operator by utilising leverage from the handle and transferring the power to the main steer wheels, making it exceptionally easy to manoeuvre. The Warrior EasyRoller allows the operator to push down Read more…

 

Salvatori fleet grows with the addition of Euro VI Iveco Eurocargos

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

Kent-based haulier Salvatori has grown its fleet with the addition of its first two Euro VI vehicles – a pair of 18 tonne Iveco Eurocargos (ML180E25) from local Iveco dealer Haynes Trucks. The family business, which has operated for more than 80 years, runs a fleet of 60 trucks which are instantly recognisable thanks to Read more…

 

BDPSmart goes mobile

Posted: Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

BDP International now offers its global customers the convenience of mobile access to the functionality and a subset of features of its BDPSmart 3.0 online customer service portal. Called BDPSmart Mobile, the new application runs on any Android or Apple iOS device and supports the most recent versions of Chrome and Safari browsers. “We made Read more…