Friday 18th Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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PalletFORCE growth forces expansion

Considerable expansion is planned at overnight palletised distribution network PalletFORCE's central hub on Fradley Park Estate near Lichfield, Staffordshire.

VoiceLink talks

Vocollect has increased the flexibility of Talkman, its voice-directed distribution system, by ensuring its hardware can talk to virtually any warehouse management system (WMS).

Quality not quantity

Seven Kings Publications - owner and publisher of Logistics Manager, the leading management journal covering all facets of the supply chain - has further demonstrated its pro-active dedication to excellence by becoming the first publishing company

Packing them in!

Kaysersberg Plastics has introduced a new pallet, lid and belt system for the engineering, automotive, appliance, food and pharmaceutical industries and which removes the need for non-reusable packaging.

Synstar sees off a dozen rivals for £200M logistics deal

Pan-European provider of Business Availability services Synstar International has beaten 12 rivals to win a £200M, seven-year contract to provide logistics services to Fujitsu, which designs and builds and operates IT systems.

SsangYong returns to UK with Walon’s help

The preparation and deliveries of the all-new SsanYong Rexton 4x4 vehicle in Britain is being undertaken by automotive logistics provider Walon UK. The deal heralds the return of the brand to the UK market with new importer SYUK Cars.

Sweep-Ex keeps things clean

The most innovative, versatile and cost-effective way of sweeping up without using manual labour or an expensive rotary broom has been launched by Broadwood International.

Schmitz goes down barcoding route

Trailer manufacturer Schmitz Cargobull is to introduce a barcoding system at its Harelaw, County Durham plant in the next 12 months for sourcing components. Dave Sidlow, operations director and deputy chairman of Schmitz Cargobull in the UK, says that a