Wednesday 20th Nov 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

Still picked to meet tight turnaround targets

When Flowtech planned to enlarge its warehousing facility to provide a new 7,000sq m. international distribution centre at Skelmersdale, Lancashire, its key objective was to offer an even faster service on delivery of stock items.

Partnership continues

Still Materials Handling has renewed the distributor agreement with Exeter-based DAC Handling Solutions, the independent materials handling distributor. DAC first became a Still distributor in 1992 when it had four depots in the South-west and

New packaging is the real thing!

The Coca-Cola Company and Arca Systems have teamed up to develop "an innovative" new packaging and handling system for the soft drinks manufacturer's products. The system is currently being introduced throughout The Coca-Cola Company's European

Trail-blazing waste-free packaging for pistons

Linpac Materials Handling (LMH) is supplying packaging to automotive component manufacturer Federal-Mogul to transport piston units for a new V6 diesel engine jointly developed by Ford Motor Company and PSA Peugeot Citroen.

Carousel system upgrade improves order fulfilment efficiency

Automated solutions specialist Diamond Phoenix has upgraded the existing carousel storage and retrieval system at Southco's European distribution centre (DC) at Worcester which has resulted in improved efficiency within the order fulfilment operation.

Baxters ticking along with TIE

Scotland-based food group Baxters has selected Toyota Industrial Equipment (TIE) to help keep its production lines moving "like clockwork" - with about 400 cans a minute coming off the finishing line, an efficient, reliable fleet is essential to ensure