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Ford joins London Campaign to reduce cyclists injuries

Transport for London (TfL) has announced two new campaigns to help reduce the risks cyclists face from heavy goods vehicles. More than half of all cyclists killed on London's roads are involved in collisions with these vehicles. Ford's lorry drivers, who travel millions of miles in the UK every year, …

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Road costs Get it right and get on with it says FTA

Huge estimating errors in road building costs, creating equally huge uncertainty for users and the economy, are unacceptable from a professional Highways Agency with inadequate funds available for investment. The UK's world class economy needs a world class roads system and there seems little hope of that being delivered at …

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Chris Hawley to join Norco team

Norco Group are delighted to announce that Chris Hawley is to join our rapidly expanding team with effect from 2nd April 2007. Chris, who was recently honoured by The Fork Lift Truck Association as recipient of its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, has almost 40 years experience in our industry and …

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Xclusive Recruitment launches Express Voice

Brackley-based Xclusive Recruitment has today launched 'Express Voice – the voice for the Express Parcel and Freight Industry.' This website is designed to provide businesses and individuals within the sector with a meaningful communications medium, with the aim of raising the profile of the express parcel and freight industry, increasing …

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Power Pushes for BW Industries Ltd

B W Industries Ltd have recently taken delivery of two Nu-Star Power Pushers at their main manufacturing facility in Carnaby, East Yorkshire. The Power Pushers are used to manoeuvre a range of rolled steel sections from point of production to despatch. Established in 1974, B W Industries specialises in the …

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UPM Shotton chooses SALVO

UPM Shotton, the UK’s largest manufacturer of recycled newsprint, has chosen to protect warehouse staff at its Flintshire site with Salvo, the drive-away prevention system from Castell. The company originally considered a vehicle restraint system but was concerned that variations in trailer axle heights might affect the security of dock …

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ASG Services go for launch

Through 2006 ASG Services conducted a marketing study to determine the reaction and adoption potential of selling warehouse identification products via the internet. The results have created something a little special. In August 06 ASG commenced the design and build of a new facility specially designed for ease of use …

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New Weatherproof Charger from CMP

Chloride Motive Power has introduced a new range of weatherproof chargers designed for use outdoors for such applications as airports, railway repair yards, retailers, wholesalers, DIY distributors or any other sector that has an electric vehicle fleet predominantly working outdoors. These specialist chargers may negate the need for a dedicated …

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UK Businesses Breaking the Law as WEEE Comes into Force Today

The Government has failed to consider the impact on UK business with its recent introduction of the WEEE Directive. Falling over backwards to comply with the whims of Brussels bureaucrats, the Government has, through lack of targeted information and properly funded publicity, put a great number of decent British companies …

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