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Desktop printing where space is at a premium

Paxar UK has launched a new low cost and compact desktop printer which prints labels and tags up to 100mm wide, whether continuously or on demand, at a print speed of 100mm a second. The 9742 is designed to satisfy several applications

Retailer favours the plastic

Iceland has abandoned using cardboard cartons in its fresh food supply chain, preferring to use plastic crates instead. The company has awarded a five-year deal to Hays Logistics to manage the new initiative which is expected to result in reduced

Loading and unloading made easier

Multi-user business TNT Network Logistics has spent £4.25M on buying 250 Cartwright triaxle clearspan curtainsided trailers. The order, which also includes 30 rigid vehicles, is the largest that Network Logistics has placed with a single trailer ma

CubeLift increase efficiency

SSI Schaefer’s new LTB transport containers, which are available in a wide range of sizes and variations, have been designed for robust and secure storage and distribution in automation or manual systems.

JIT stock preparation at warehouse

Focus, part of DIY company Focus Wickes, has awarded European supply chain solutions company Wincanton a contract to provide a seasonal goods warehouse. Based in Derby, the 18,600sq m warehouse will contain seasonal and campaign stock, inclu

Forklifts offer flexibility for manufacturer

HJ Heinz is using Linde material handling equipment at its Kitt Green distribution centre in Wigan to move a variety of ambient food products for delivery to customers nationwide.

Logging on for forklifts!

Alcoa, one of the world’s leading aluminium producers for the construction, aerospace, transport and automotive industries, has been supplied with a fleet of new Still forklift trucks from DAC Handling Solutions for its aluminium processin

RFID high on shopping list!

Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is expected to attract major interest from visitors attending this month’s Retail Solutions 2004 exhibition and seminar, which is being held from June 8 to 10 at Birmingham’s NEC.

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