Thursday 2nd Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Thought and ingenuity vital for warehouse safety

Unsafe working practices account for about 40% of accidents in warehouses and distribution centres, delegates attending the Fork Lift Truck Association's (FLTA) inaugural Safety Conference, held recently at Warwickshire's Heritage Motor Centre, heard.

Ferrymasters cleans up with multimodal deal

Colgate-Palmolive has contracted P&O Ferrymasters to distribute up to 700 loads a year from Anzio in Italy to the UK. The deal covers products ranging from toothpastes and toothbrushes to bar soap, household cleaners, shower and bath products.

Parcels firm goes live with wireless solution

Overnight carrier Hellmann Overnight Logistics is using T@lecom's Wireless Delivered solution across its entire UK fleet of 500 drivers following highly successful live tests at its depots nationwide. And Jan O'Hara, chief executive officer for T@lecom,

Simplified handling and control

Materials handling equipment manufacturer Crown says its new WE 2300 Series of 24-volt pedestrian stackers has been designed for working in manufacturing, distribution and retail areas where trucks are required to offer a high degree of stability.

ITUpdate

Catalyst International is offering new software to better manage inventory and more closely align supply and demand. CatalystCommand Inventory Optimisation and CatalystCommand Demand Management automate the forecast-to-replenishment process. They provid

Intelligence added to loading bay control

Crawford Amber has developed a BUS-networked loading bay control system which is claimed to be the first of its kind. The new Supervision i400 offers advanced operation and maintenance functionality, seamless integration with facility management systems a

MoD archiving goes for miles and miles…

TNT Express Services has won its longest ever contract - a multimillion pound agreement with the Government spanning a quarter-of-a-century - to archive, store and manage 12 million files which, if placed end-to-end, would occupy more than 200km of shelf.