Friday 18th Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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The invaluable link

Logistics Link North's success continued in September as more than 1,430 logisticians converged on Doncaster Racecourse to see the latest technologies and service provision aimed at driving down costs and boosting operational efficiency within the supply

SCC exporting hundreds of cranes

The UK's largest privately owned crane maker, Street Crane Company, has announced it is on target to export 1,500 hoist units and crane kits overseas this year.

Green light for Qubit 3

Eden Park Developments, part of the Fiducia Group, has received planning permission to create a £30M industrial and distribution park and business complex at Grange Park in Northampton in a joint venture with Shepherd Developments.

On-board weighing for Toyotas

Specialist brick forks, a speed controller and on-board weighing system are just three features of the new Builders' Merchants Special by Toyota Industrial Equipment.

Southern bid for deep-water port gathers momentum

The Haven Gateway Partnership expects to find out sometime in late December whether or not it has been awarded the right to build a 16m deep water container facility at Bathside Bay, in Harwich.

Co-op protects goods with Secureseal

Co-operative Retail Logistics (CRL), part of the Co-operative Group (CWS), has fitted 700 of its distribution vehicles with Secureseal's tamper-proof trailer seals.

Catering for more growth

3663 First for Foodservice has opened its new multi-temperature depot at Harlow Business Park, Essex. The site replaces an existing one and will deliver to 5,000-plus customers, a number set to increase from 2006.

Fortens range grows

Hyster has launched the latest model in its Fortens range of lift trucks. The H1.6-2.0FT Series is aimed at users requiring a smaller truck.

Wrexham site up for sale

Matthews & Goodman is advising Pirelli on the sale of a site on Wrexham Industrial Estate.

Mitsubishi lands FLT order

No one knows as much about handling fish as the good folk of Humberside - an area famous for the trawlers that discharge their catches from the cold North Sea.