The new CFTS Thorough Examination scheme, developed by the Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) and British Industrial Truck Association (BITA), has got off to a good start.
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Davis Derby has added two products to its successful TruckLOG range which provide significant benefits in cost savings and safety. They are the Forward Reverse Speed Interlock (FRSI) and Speed Zoning.
“The Midlands is a vibrant market with plenty of scope to respond to the changing structural and legislative requirements of the logistics industry,” says Stuart Mair, of Birmingham agent Knight Frank. “The drive towards consolidation spearheaded by major
Chloride Motive Power’s new three-tier charging system offers optimal space use and improved health and safety for warehouses and other electric vehicle fleet users. Other battery manufacturers offer a double-deck system of battery chargers, but CM
BP is taking delivery of 30 new petroleum semi-trailers from Heil Trailer International, which have a number of features making them among the safest on the road. The new tri-axle, six compartment, 41,400 litre semi-trailers will be used in
The Foot and Mouth epidemic in 2001 propelled food traceability issues to the top of the agenda for farmers, government ministers and consumers alike.
Faster and safer working methods are being realised by Harman Motive having installed new powered pedestrian stackers and pallet transport from Jungheinrich at its Bridgend manufacturing complex.
Tractel (UK), in conjunction with Stayfast UK, has developed a solution which will enable operators of stacker truck equipment in narrow aisles to escape in the event of an emergency.
A new national Thorough Examination scheme for fork lift trucks has been launched to tackle the current deficiencies in the system. The updated Thorough Examination scheme is designed to meet the needs of LOLER 98 and PUWER 98 legislation.
Forklift truck (FLT) drivers will find it easier to sue their bosses for damages, thanks to new regulations being introduced because of the forthcoming EU Directive on Physical Agents (Vibration). The Directive, which comes into effect from 2006, means wa