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British Turntable Strengthens Engineering Team

British Turntable has strengthened its BTI engineering team with the appointment of Steven Spanner to project engineer. Steve, who lives in Bury, will be working on industrial applications for the company's range of mechanical movement solutions and joins the team immediately after being made redundant from Sandusky Walmsley upon the …

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Lorry Saftey Export UK Standards Do Not Import European

The Operator Licensing and HGV testing standards which regulate UK road transport have resulted in creating the safest lorry fleet in the world. But the improving record is now under threat from the invasion by low standard foreign operated vehicles. The Freight Transport Association says that the Government and the …

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HI Distribution Launches new Autumn/Winter Collection

Leading electrical wholesaler, HI Distribution is getting ready for the Autumn/Winter season by launching the next edition of the HI Profile catalogue. With a fantastic selection of electrical goods from major brands such as Hotpoint, Morphy Richard and Tefal, the catalogue will also include brands such as Sony and Vax …

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Grotech helps out Mudtech in a sticky situation

Grotech Production Ltd. prides itself on its ability to deliver a high quality product to often very tight deadlines and this was put to the test when Mudtech Ltd. called upon Grotech's expert services. Mudtech had developed a new specialist mud conditioning product and following strong demand needed this to …

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Fujitsu puts faith in SMG10 for mailroom operation

One of the world’s leading IT services providers has selected strapping equipment from industry leader Strapex for its UK operation. Fujitsu Services has purchased five of the recently launched SMG10 vertical strapping machines for its contract printing and mail facility at Warrington in Cheshire. The installation follows a successful trial …

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Enviromental impact kept in check at Import Services

Import Services, the Hampshire-based logistics company, is firmly focused on minimising its impact on the environment by integrating a series of recycling and conservation operations into its day-to-day activities. Each week, the region's number one importer handles more than three tonnes of cardboard across its three warehouse sites in and …

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EGGER commences production of lightweight boards

Eurolight at a glance: • First large-scale industrial production of lightweight boards • Production started earlier than planned in August • Daily capacity: 1000 m3 • Available as a raw board or with a decorative surface • Frames allow post and soft forming solutions • Development of Innofix worktop connectors …

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Combating Climate Change with Sustainable Solutions

EAST Journal Conference Road Pricing and Congestion Charge exemptions and technology solutions Friday 10th November 2006: 12.00 till 4.30pm Lewisham Council Chambers, Lewisham, London PROGRAMME TIME TOPIC KEYNOTE SPEAKER 12.00 Registration 12.30 Opening from Chair Cllr Darren Johnson  Chair of GLA Sustainability Committee and elected Green Party Lewisham 12.35 …

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Drivers hours rules Call FTA

The Freight Transport Association's Member Advice Centre (FTA/MAC) says that the number of calls on lorry drivers' hours rules, and how the hours are recorded, has more than tripled during the last six months. FTA says that this reflects the extent of concern by lorry operators that they need to …

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