Tuesday 25th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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BeA deal

BeA Fastening Systems, the manufacturer of fastening systems has secured a contract with pallet manufacturer, The Scott Timber Group, for the supply of over 450 nailers and staplers across a total of nine manufacturing sites.

Adding Go to van sales

I2 Solutions unveiled Vango a new user configurable van sales product, at this year's Logistics Link South show.

Scottish & Newcastle opt for G.Park Hemel

Following the Buncefield explosion in December last year, brewer Scottish & Newcastle has moved from its damaged warehouse on the Maylands Estate and taken space at G.Park Hemel Hempstead.

Palletline takes secure route

Palletline has made a five-figure investment in state-of-the-art security equipment for its main hub in Birmingham.

Symbol launches next generation Euro reader

Symbol Technologies has launched the Symbol XR480 EU, an industrial-class RFID reader that supports new European standards and builds on the next generation architecture of the XR RFID reader series.

Truck training centre

Pall-Ex has opened a new accredited training centre for lift truck operators to provide training for job seekers and school-leavers.

Government postpones rent review decision

Malcolm Hull of Drivers Jonas has said that it is unlikely that the government will ban upward-only rent reviews (UORRs) prior to the next general election.

Terrace Hill scores a double

Developer Terrace Hill has scored a double on the distribution front in the last few weeks; in a joint venture with Stoford Developments