Browsing: Intralogistics

Phil HanLey, an independently-owned coldstore distribution company, has chosen a fleet of nine Still FM 20 reach trucks for its newly extended coldstore facility at Newark, Nottinghamshire. Supplied by Langley Mechanical Services, Still’s main dist

UK and European companies are throwing away millions of pounds annually in lost revenues and missed cost savings by not optimising their aftermarket logistics strategies, according to Caterpillar Logistics division

The Cold Storage and Distribution Federation (CSDF) is heavily promoting its HoursMate system in preparation of the Working Time Directive’s (WTD) Road Transport Directive (Sectoral Directive) coming into force on March 23, 2005. HoursMate is a cost

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the name behind Ribena, has invested in 6,000 of Arca System’s Big Box Pallet Containers, for shipping blackcurrants used in the popular fruity drink.

Meat processor Mathers (Inverurie) Meat is using a gas-powered Komatsu FG20 forklift truck – its third Komatsu in use – to transport animal waste at the end of the slaughter and meat-processing chain. The forklift was supplied by local dealer Reeki

The combination of double deep pallet racking and a mezzanine with Longspan shelving has provided envelope company Bong UK with an efficient storage solution which fills the gap between its two existing buildings in Milton Keynes.

Surface finishing chemical manufacturer Atotech UK is using The Potter Group to handle its long-term storage and international distribution. Atotech – its products include toxic, corrosive and oxidising materials – entered a 12-month agreeme

Savoye Logistics says its automated pallet storage system can now be fitted into existing standard warehouses and distribution centres because of recent design advances. The development, says Savoye, means there is a realistic automated alternative

TraceCheck, a new, web-based service, offers food businesses all kinds of ways to improve their traceability performance and ensure compliance with stringent EU legislation, which came into force on January 1, 2005.