Sunday 21st Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

Rapid response

PDQ Distribution is a market leader in the primary distribution of software within the UK. Over the past 12 years it has built an enviable reputation of speed and efficiency from the third of the computer games publishers in Europe that use PDQ to provide

Optimising floor logistics

Voice technology can be implemented either as a tactical tool for improving tasks, or as a strategic initiative with the potential to empower the workforce.

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.

Anytime, any place, anywhere with NETBOOK PRO mobile computers

Psion Teklogix, which provides solutions for mobile computing and wireless data collection, has unveiled the NETBOOK PRO task-oriented mobile computer which is aimed at the "rapidly growing" mobile CRM market including sales force automation,

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.

Toyota makes an impact at Caradon

Central heating radiators manufacturer Caradon Stelrad has awarded a contract to distributor Impact Toyota for the supply of materials handling equipment to its Mexborough site.

GRP fridges for Fishwicks

North-east fruit and vegetable company Fishwicks' six new Mitsubishi Canter 7.5 tonne chassis cabs have been equipped with refrigerated box bodies from the GRP Group. Fishwicks has also added 11 new long-wheelbase, high-roof Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans to

ITS transforms retailer’s supply chain

Safeway and its third-party logistics provider, Wincanton, expect to save "several millions of pounds" within the supermarket group's supply chain having launched an integrated transport system (ITS) to improve efficiency throughout each of the supermarke