Wednesday 19th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Linde app for service orders

Linde Material Handling has created an app that allows service orders to be initiated around the clock and keeps users up to date on the current order status.

Kalmar launches medium electric forklift

Kalmar is to introduce a medium electric forklift powered by lithium-ion battery technology as part of a plan to offer an electric version of every product in its portfolio by 2021.

Coop expands Oslo distribution centre

Norwegian food retailer Coop is expanding its central goods distribution centre in cooperation with Witron to give a 33 per cent higher picking volume.

Hoppecke creates li-ion division

The Hoppecke Group has created a new division based in Zwickau and Paderborn, Germany known as Intilion which activities relating to its lithium-ion storage technology and ensures that the company can focus its strategy on the future demands of the lithium-ion battery market and respond better to individual customer needs.

Nexen invests £8.5m in Lowestoft expansion

Lowestoft-based Nexen Lift Trucks is to invest £8.5m in its headquarters and manufacturing facility, including a 48,000 sq ft extension to its existing 55,000 sq ft factory.

UK lift truck sales up 2.5 pc

Volumes of forklift trucks sold across the UK increased 2.5 per cent during 2018 to just over 35,000 units according to the British Industrial Truck Association’s market analysis.

Automotive supplier invests £2m in AGVs

Automotive supplier Brose has invested nearly £2 million over the last two years into the introduction of AGVs to speed up the movement of finished goods and eliminate human error.