Friday 21st Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Materials Handling Live!

The British Materials Handling Federation (BMHF) is launching a new exhibition next year following requests for a cost-effective event that caters for all parts of the industry.

Clamps cuts load damage

B&B Attachments four-stage pressure relief valve reduces load damage by ensuring easy and fast clamping pressure selection.

Reviews to meet EU rules

Manufacturers are gearing up to comply with two new EU environmental directives on waste electrical equipment and hazardous substances.

Tags on-tap for TrenStar

Sokymat, the world's leading supplier of RFID transponders, is supplying RFID tags to mobile asset management company TrenStar to help track beer kegs for clients in the UK. TrenStar's RFID-enabled container management system, TrenStarCM, tracks the locat

Still’s innovative offerings

The EXU low-lift pallet truck and the RX 20 counterbalance electric forklift unit are the latest offerings from Still.

Double-shifting key

TDG European Chemicals UK has been contracted by BOC to distribute the industrial gases and associated products supplier's bulk hydrocarbon blends in the UK.

Rental firm adds more tankers

Haartz Tanker Rental has taken on 11 Heil tankers to provide short-term support to customers. Specialising in the rental of petroleum and powder tankers, Haartz currently has six tankers equipped for petroleum regulation work and five bulk powder tankers.

No room at Quadrant

Mill Transport and 4L's Packaging have both taken space at Quadrant, the 13,764sq m industrial park and the biggest speculatively developed warehouse scheme in the Doncaster area so far, industrial specialist Gent Visick has announced.

A helpful jolt

One of the UK's leading electricity distribution businesses has received a helpful jolt from Toyota forklift distributor, M&W Toyota Handling.