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Klimate High Speed Doors

Klimate High Speed Doors, a leading specialist designer and manufacturer of high speed doors based in the UK, have manufactured, supplied and installed a high speed door on behalf of Dome (UK) Ltd. Based in Bristol, Dome (UK) brought the EuroDome design to Europe in 1992 as a suitable purpose …

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Asda benefits from British Turntable access revolve

A 15 metre diameter HGV access revolve installed by British Turntable at the new Asda store in Bearsden, Glasgow, is not only speeding up delivery turnaround times but is also proving to offer other economic and operational benefits. The 44 tonne capacity revolve, which is capable of carrying an articulated …

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Small Opto-Electronic Sensor has greater adaptability

The new PRK 25B range of opto-electronic sensors from Leuze Mayser may be physically smaller than other models yet offers one of the most powerful specifications to suit extremely diverse applications – from simple sensing operations to those more challenging with reflective surfaces such as shrink wrap. The PRK 25B …

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New guide to fly_tipping for landowners

A new guide that will help landowners and land managers tackle fly-tipping has been published today (Friday 3 November 2006). The 'Tackling Fly-tipping' guide, produced by the National Fly-Tipping Prevention Group (NFTPG), aims to provide support to victims and potential victims of fly-tipping on preventing and dealing with the problem. …

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Baxi saves assembly space at Leantek

Leading central heating boiler manufacturer Baxi Heating UK has reduced the floor space occupied by two of its assembly lines by 33 per cent by switching to modular Lean Tek workstations and lineside storage supplied by the Tube & Bracket Company. The new assembly lines have been introduced as part …

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Digital Tachographs new website from FTA

A new website from the Freight Transport Association provides comprehensive information, advice, guidance and details of services to support commercial vehicle operators in managing their responsibilities for drivers' hours and digital tachographs. The interactive site explains and demonstrates products and services with moving icons and video clips showing how FTA …

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Night Deliveries by Lorry – New Advice

The Freight Transport Association says that the publication of Government guidance notes regarding night curfews on lorry operations should allow local authorities to improve out-of-hours delivery arrangements, to the benefit of retailers and daytime road users, without inconveniencing local residents. FTA says that growing daytime roads congestion, coupled with the …

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