Auto ID specialist inotec UK and RFID market leader Intellident are jointly holding an RFID educational seminar at Logistics Link 2005, being held on February 1 and 2 at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey.
The free seminar, being held in the Eclipse Box 1.3, starts at 10.30am on both days and will be repeated in the afternoon at 2pm. Lasting 75 minutes, it will include:
An introduction as well as overview of RFID technology.
Show comparisons between RFID and barcode solutions.
Highlight three cases studies where RFID is currently being used in logistics and supply chain applications.
Attendance is on a first come first served basis but delegates can pre-register by contacting Diana Jennison at inotec UK on 01482 672733 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Logistics Link 2005 preview, p41.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published guidance to all those involved with the production, storage, transport and use of steel and similar metal stock. “Safety in the Storage and Handling of Steel and other Metal Stock” was written by HSE in consultation with Wolverhampton City Council. Storage and handling of metal stock accounted for 284 injuries according to provisional HSE figures for the reporting year 2003/04, the majority of which were slips and trips, falls from height, struck or crushed by moving stock. Copies are available from HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2WA, tel: 01787 881165 or
fax: 01787 313995.
Polar Air Cargo has awarded a two-year contract to Menzies Aviation. Menzies has created a new dedicated company to run the Polar cargo warehouse operation at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. The scheduled and charter services airline operates 14 intercontinental flights per week to the US and Asia from Schiphol. It generates cargo volumes in Amsterdam of some 100,000 tonnes per annum. The contract takes Menzies’ annual throughput in Amsterdam to 550,000 tonnes a year and makes Schiphol the largest cargo hub in Menzies’ worldwide network.