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Pall-Ex launches nationwide Driver Drive

Pall-Ex launches nationwide Driver Drive

Pall-Ex is accelerating its recruitment with the launch of a nationwide Driver Drive, which will help tackle HGV driver shortages across its network. The firm has launched a new website where drivers can apply for jobs across the network, including roles for class one and two HGV drivers, forklift truck …

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MHEA reveals BULKEX 2019 headline sponsor

MHEA reveals BULKEX 2019 headline sponsor

The Materials Handling Engineers Association, (MHEA) has announced its headline sponsor for this year’s BULKEX 2019 is Atex Explosion Hazards Limited, who are repeating their sponsorship commitment to BULKEX for another year. Atex provides experienced engineers, explosion venting, valves and suppression systems, with over 45 years’ experience in ATEX-compliant and …

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New second rail container handling options from Hyster

NEW SECOND RAIL CONTAINER HANDLING OPTIONS FROM HYSTER

Hyster Europe has developed new solutions to help terminals handle containers on railroad cars in the second rail position. “Terminal operators want to reduce damage and improve efficiency when handling containers on the second rail,” says Mark Nailer, Industry Manager for Hyster Europe. “In close co-operation with terminal customers we …

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TrailerLock keeps it safe for Tarrant International

TrailerLock keeps it safe for Tarrant International

Tarrant International, the temperature-controlled logistics specialist, based in Cork Ireland is using a locking device from TrailerLock which, says the company, is effective and simple to use. Called FridgeLock, the steel device is extendable and fits most types of surface-mounted door furniture. A barrel lock, protected by a coated steel …

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3 ways idling machines affect profitability

3 ways idling machines affect profitability

When a piece of construction equipment is idling, not only is it not contributing to production, it’s also costing you money. 1. Increased fuel costs Fuel is a major cost for every construction equipment owner so it’s important that each drop goes towards doing the work your company is paid …

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