Sunday 12th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Improving productivity

Argos' new 60,000sq m operation at Barton-under-Needwood is highly automated and includes a Centre for Direct Imports, enabling the company to control product availability and reduce costs. It is also the central distribution centre (CDC) for small produc

Picking orders 24/7Storage system takes more product lines

Supplying plumbing components on a national and international basis, Hepworth Plumbing Products (HPP) has made sure its distribution centre is able to pick goods quickly and efficiently having asked Toyota to supply low level order pickers that can run

Controller maintains exact movement

A Samuk HR14 reach truck equipped with a 5.5m triple mast and side shift has been delivered to Toms Confectionery in Poole by local dealer Albion Fork Lift Trucks of Bournemouth.

Long loads no object for pedestrian truck

Hubtex, which makes multidirectional fork trucks in diesel, LPG and electric power, has developed the EGPL 4 Way Pedestrian truck. The truck has been used for many years in the textile Industry but has now been launched to the mainstream materials handlin

Keeping cool on the move

With demand for home delivery services constantly on the rise, leading storage and materials handling specialist Allibert Buckhorn has developed a new 23-litre insulated container ideal for keep goods cool in transit.

Latest FLT ideal for cross-docking activities

Toyota Industrial Equipment has extended its range of electric trucks by introducing the 7FBMF-S, a high-speed version of its four-wheel, electric counterbalanced forklift which will further enhance productivity for customers.

Latest fridge equipment for 3pl

Fowler Welch Coolchain, which distributes fresh produce, horticulture and chilled foods, has taken delivery of 75 new trailers equipped with Thermo King's Spectrum SL unit. The company has also bought several refrigerated roller bed trailers suppli

Warehouse sector leads record growth

Linde expects the UK materials handling market to reach the 33,000 unit mark this year. And sales and marketing director Stephen Moule predicts that production for 2005 at Linde's Basingstoke plant will be 9,000 units.