Sunday 22nd Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Handheld computer offers versatility

Spirit Data Capture has announced the arrival of the Gotive H42 - a new generation version of wireless enterprise communicator, the Gotive H41. Spirit owns the UK and Ireland distribution rights for the new handheld computer, which incorporates powerful d

Mod cons lead to safety

Daf tractor units with a list price of more than £7M have been acquired under a major fleet renewal programme by the UK arm of cement producer Lafarge. The trucks are to a high level of specification that is centred on safety.

FLT-mounted RFID data collection

LXE is working with Intel and Sirit to produce the first robust, forklift-mounted RFID data collection solutions for use in warehousing and distribution. The aim is for the three companies to produce solutions that will enable customers to garner the bene

Aspect increases Doncaster’s prospects

Work has now started on Aspect, the third phase of the acclaimed West Moor Park development at J4 of the M18 near Doncaster. It is scheduled for completion by October.

The Poplars proves popular!

One of Nottingham's largest distribution buildings currently available has undergone some refurbishment, which Sladen Estates and PMB Holdings are now offering to the market on a leasehold or freehold basis.

Pallet container solutions offer durability

SCA Packaging Industrial Division's new Stax palletised container is an integrated pallet solution which using second generation fibreboard technology to create a combined case and pallet strong enough for export, light enough for airfreight and cl

Online temperature monitoring for airfreight

Kuehne + Nagel (K+N), together with KLM Cargo, has continuously retrieved and uploaded to the Internet temperature data for a pharmaceutical airfreight shipment. The ability to seamlessly monitor a consignment's en-route temperature online i


Kurt Salmon Associates (KSA), the global management and technology firm specialising in retail and consumer products, has formed a strategic partnership with real-time, end-to-end productivity management solutions provider RedPrairie Corporation to

Swindon park sold for further development

Moorfield Capital Partners has sold the freehold interest of Kembrey Park and three vacant sites on Kembrey Street, to Highcross Strategic Advisers for £44M. The price reflects a net initial yield of 6.7% and at the time of purchase only 15%