Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - 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.

High speed shuttle

No matter who you talk to, everyone is agreed that the UK lags way behind its European counterparts when it comes to the use of automated warehousing. There do not even appear to be any available statistics on the matter, with the Automated Materials Hand

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.

Managing in real-time

The Sector Group manufactures watches for brands such as Benetton, Sisley and Moschino. It has also expanded into the jewellery business with the Xenia brand, acquired during 2002.

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

Medical technology firm expands forklift fleet

Surgical instruments manufacturer Becton Dickinson has ordered a further three Toyota forklift trucks fro Locators. This latest order brings Becton's Toyota fleet to seven.

On the flat and narrow!

Floor flatness has a significant impact on efficiency and safety when materials are handled by forklift trucks. Although the Concrete Society's Technical Report TR34, published in 1988, was a pioneering step and contains the principal

SsangYong returns to UK with Walon’s help

The preparation and deliveries of the all-new SsanYong Rexton 4x4 vehicle in Britain is being undertaken by automotive logistics provider Walon UK. The deal heralds the return of the brand to the UK market with new importer SYUK Cars.