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Quick payback prescribed

the collector station at the head of the ‘A’ frame. The ‘A’ frames have 3,950 ejectors in total which can each fire stock onto the conveyor belt at the rate of five singles per second.

Hammond keeps Suzuki moving

Suzuki GB has awarded a contract to Hammond Logistics to provide warehousing at Redhill, Surrey, for a further three years.

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Finmatica SCM has launched the third version of FINeCHAIN, the extended supply chain management suite that addresses supply chain planning, supplier relationship management and customer order management. Release 3.0 incorporates performance and function

Christmas cheer or New Year blues?

Manufacturer may be linked to retailer customers via EDI, with methods of communication well-honed over time. A much greater number of increasingly computer-literate customers want to deal direct with the supplier.

Reaping the rewards

Just two years ago washroom and cleaning consumables distributor Cannon Disposables barely recognised it was in the logistics business. In the minds of most of its staff it merely supplied goods like toilet rolls, hand towels and floor cleaners to the nat

Porsche dealer races ahead with new parts shelving

The design and installation of a new parts department has been completed at the new Sytner Group Porsche dealership in Towcester. The storage solution comprises Linpac Storage Systems’ Linspace shelving complete with integrated plastic containers.

Milking the ERP benefits

Food business Kerry supplies a wide range of products – poultry, milk and spring water – and also runs one of the largest fresh convenience food businesses in UK and Ireland.

For when the going gets tough

Panasonic has introduced a lightweight, fully-ruggedised convertible notebook PC which is designed to cope with being knocked about. Called Toughbook CF-18, the notebook’s robust design protects valuable data from impact, moisture, water or dust.

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