Friday 19th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Battery transfer available

Toyota Industrial Equipment (TIE) has become one of the first manufacturers to offer a battery transfer facility on its full range of electric trucks.

Payback expected within two years

Two electric Bendi forklifts leased from Translift have helped improve product flows for Norfolk-based confectioner Kinnerton so much that truck payback is estimated at just over two years, says Kinnerton's resources manager, Micheal Anderson.

Improved working environment

It has only taken 25 years but Blackburn-based Dutton Carpets has solved the problems that carpet manufacturing - dust and fibre constantly swirl in the air - causes forklift trucks. The company has introduced a fleet of 15 gas-powered Tri-Cat engine tr

New features incorporated in redesigned trucks

A totally new series of LP gas and diesel counterbalance trucks in 1.5 to 3.5 tonne capacity range is to be unveiled soon by Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks, says UK distributor Hamech Mitsubishi.

Multimillion pound extension planned

Finning (UK), the sole trader distributor of Caterpillar equipment in the UK, has announced major plans to extend its multimillion pound National Materials Handling Centre, in Crannock, Staffordshire.

Beefing up logistics

Atria serves more than 4,000 retailers and restaurants within a 450-mile radius of its headquarters in Nurmo, Finland.

Contract management

Linde Material Handling (UK) now offers a single, dedicated point of customer contact which has led to improved efficiency as well as a "dramatic increase in uptime".