Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Size, weight and capacity critical

Centura Foods has specified a fleet of Still forklift and warehouse trucks for goods movement operations at its manufacturing, packaging and distribution plant at Middlewich, Cheshire.

FLT trio meet rigorous demands

Following a switch to a trio of gas-powered Clark CMP15 forklift trucks in March 2002, Just Trays of Leeds has enjoyed 100% reliability - despite the trucks operating 20-hour days, seven days a week.

Order pickers increase speed

Envelopes supplier Chapman Envelopes has expanded its fleet of Atlet Omni DCR man-rising stacker / order pickers in order to increase the speed and efficiency of order picking at its plant in Darwen, Lancashire.

Minimising picking time

By early 2002, Knowles Transport was aware that its existing in-house warehouse management system (WMS) was under intense strain - escalating inventory levels were making it more difficult to track goods; failure rates were high and pickers were frustrate

“Revolutionary” FLT planned for next spring

Linde Material Handling (UK) is planning three new product launches including a "revolutionary" design which will be previewed next Spring. The company's sales and marketing director, Stephen Moule, is saying little about the revolutionary product

FLT producer to target niche sectors

Narrow Aisle is setting its sights on growth opportunities as well as developing new products. Peter Wooldridge, managing director at Narrow Aisle, says the aim is to develop niche products, strengthen its UK presence and expand onto the Continent.

Durability and ease of maintenance offered

The new Hyster electric trucks feature ACX technology to provide performance flexibility to match different needs and in terms of durability, ease of maintenance and long service intervals, contributing to lower life-time costs.

Interoute invests in five new trailers for palletised distribution

Interoute Transport Services has invested in five new trailers to handle increases in its next-day express pallet distribution and haulage business. The five curtainsided single deck trailers from Lawrence David have pillarless sides. These offer i

Business gains mean more vehicles

Logistics provider Meachers Group Holdings has invested in new vehicles for its Derby depot to cater for increased business won over the past six months. Meachers has increased its fleet by a fifth and has also employed several new drivers.