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Loadmac – materials handling expertise for New World Timber Frame

When New World Timber Frame was looking for an up-grade to its forklift fleet, a number of specific environmental criteria had to be considered and specialist materials handling organisation Loadmac met the brief. Loadmac, one of the UK's most innovative manufacturers of quality truck-mounted forklifts and multi-directional forklifts supplied New …

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New Earth solutions look at climate change

New Earth Solutions take a look at the future of climate change by staging an event for Compost Awareness Week in conjunction with the National Trust's Kingston Lacy Estate in Dorset New Earth Solutions, the biological waste treatment and recovery firm, is marking Compost Awareness Week 2007 with a children's …

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Legal training days from FTA

The Freight Transport Association has joined up with legal firm Hextalls to provide specialist legal advice for the transport industry in the areas of commercial operations and employment law. Both events will be held at the FTA Conference Centre, Wadhurst, East Sussex in June. The Employment Law event on 21 …

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FTA welcomes guidance on shipping dangerous goods

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the publication by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency of new guidance aimed at shippers and logistics providers in the retail distribution sector dealing with dangerous goods in 'limited quantities' in their supply chains. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), which is the UK's Competent …

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CV show 2007 a soaring success for M1 Marketing

M1 Marketing, specialists in marketing and press relations for the UK and European CV industry, got businesses off to a flying start in the world of marketing at this year's CV Show. Promoting the opportunity to have a free marketing 'health check' through evaluation of a business' current situation, M1 …

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FTA welcomes publication of guidance on Shipping

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the publication by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency of new guidance aimed at shippers and logistics providers in the retail distribution sector dealing with dangerous goods in 'limited quantities' in their supply chains. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), which is the UK's Competent …

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