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Linen company trials Eurocargo

The Cornish Linen Service Group (CLS) has added a new Iveco Eurocargo to its fleet of more than 50 commercial vehicles, which is used to collect and deliver linen to hotels and restaurants throughout Cornwall and Devon. The 12-tonne Eurocargo 120E24/P fea

Contract management

Linde Material Handling (UK) now offers a single, dedicated point of customer contact which has led to improved efficiency as well as a “dramatic increase in uptime”.

Beefing up logistics

Atria serves more than 4,000 retailers and restaurants within a 450-mile radius of its headquarters in Nurmo, Finland.

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The sixth generation of Cirrus Logistics’ warehouse design and simulation tool, CLASS, is now available. CLASS is already used in 200-plus locations worldwide by customers that include eight out of the ten leading third-party logistics providers as well

Unsafe working practices damage productivity

Problems caused by poor forklift driver training and by companies not properly assessing drivers’ skills are driving down productivity, increasing costs and risking lives, warns Toyota Industrial Equipment UK (TIE).

IT Update

Lilly Software says its VISUAL Enterprise supply chain management system is is designed specifically to meet the needs of SMEs in the manufacturing sector. The system has a complete range of integrated applications covering front office through to engin

Taking stock!

Controlling and maintaining accurate records about the 12,000 items stored in its warehouse was a major requirement when IT services company Anlisco invested in Scala Business Solution’s iScala ERP solution, a system enabling SMEs to automate and manage t

Improved working environment

It has only taken 25 years but Blackburn-based Dutton Carpets has solved the problems that carpet manufacturing – dust and fibre constantly swirl in the air – causes forklift trucks. The company has introduced a fleet of 15 gas-powered Tri-Cat engine tr

Maintaining a continuous logistics infastructure

Since its management buy out in 1999, Adams Childrenswear has been experiencing dynamic growth and success. Yet the main distribution centre is 14 years old and had previously been a labour intensive operation that would not meet future plans.

Adapting to evolving situations

Mitsubishi Air Conditioners Europe’s Livingston distribution facility handles manufactured product. It sits between two autonomous parts of the organisation – UK and overseas production and sales distribution.

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