Thursday 20th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Making the most of space

Storage and retrieval are becoming ever more revolutionary in order for logistics departments to squeeze greater levels of operational efficiency and flexibility from their warehouses and distribution centres.

Scanner can do 200 scans a second

The SF51 compact cordless scanner from Intermec Technologies sets new standards for convenience and ease of use in barcode scanning, especially for intensive hands-free applications. No more than 15cm long and only 260 grams in weight, the SF51 fit

… And a happy new EEEra

Mandating the take-back and recycling of all electrical or electronic products with a battery or a plug, the implications of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive throughout the supply chain are immense.

Diversity – a well proven strength

The strength of Logistics Link has always been its diversity of products and services on show, and the Sandown Park exhibition will be no exception. In addition to the usual areas of the supply chain, such as materials handling equipment and storage, visi

Satisfying the tenant

Typically, tenants have to put up with floor slabs that crack and break up because they are not designed to suit their specific needs. They accept that the roof of their building may leak, and they manage to manoeuvre their lorries in yards that are too s

IN BRIEF (2)

Inotec UK has introduced a reusable RFID tag which not only carries data but is also programmable to measure temperature profiles or out-of-range extremes over a period of time. The fully programmable KSW TempSense tag records temperatures from -15°C t

Port upgrades for ultra-large ships

Thamesport is enhancing its operations having embarked upon an ambitious modification programme to five of its quayside cranes. The five post-Panamax cranes are now 15 years old and are being upgraded to enable them to handle the latest generation of u

IT Update (2)

RedPrairie, a global leader in supply chain technology solutions, has developed the DLx MRM, a web-based solution for tracking and managing mobile assets. The solution enables companies to more effectively track assets, increasing asset use, reducing lo

Night-time deliveries for spare parts

DaimlerChrysler UK has awarded a five-year, multimillion pound contract to TNT Logistics to manage aftermarket distribution of the group's automotive parts nationwide.

Maximising visitors’ productivity

The philosophy of Logistics Link 2005, as with all the Logistics Link exhibitions, centres on maximising the productivity of attendees' time. Sandown Park Exhibition Centre is one of the best equipped and located venues in the South-east to provide logist