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CBI accolade for Pall Ex

Distribution company wins Technology in Business award and MD Hilary Devey is finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year Pall-Ex is celebrating, having won the ‘Technology in Business’ category at the Growing Business Awards, organised annually by the CBI and Real Business magazine. Sponsored by Dell UK, the award identifies and …

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A new record for recycling in Mendip

Mendip residents are recycling almost half of their waste according to the latest figures – a new record for the district. Mendip District Council has announced that for the first six months of this financial year (April to September) its recycling figure reached 42.3 per cent. This is boosted further …

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Orion clinches deal with major foam manufacturer

Herefordshire-based Orion Packaging Systems (UK) Ltd, the UK's leading manufacturer supplier of stretchwrapping equipment, has secured a major deal with one of the country's largest polyethylene foam manufacturers. Croydon-based Zotefoams plc manufactures cross-linked block foams which are used in a wide range of markets including sports and leisure, packaging, transport, …

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DHL signs up Merit to target WEEE directive

Midlands-based business-to-business outsourcing specialist, Merit Outsourcing, has been appointed by DHL Environmental Compliance Solutions to enhance the integrity of its database marketing and help it to secure more business related to new environmental legislation. DHL has a strong track record in the environmental sector, providing a range of services to …

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B and B launches oilquick automatic hydraulic hose coupling at IMHX

B&B Attachments, the UK’s leading supplier of masts and forklift truck attachments, will be launching the OilQuick Automatic Hydraulic hose coupling system on its stand 18M90 at IMHX. An expansion of the company’s range of quick release systems, OilQuick is a quick coupler system for forklift trucks that enables hydraulic …

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Modernising operator licensing FTA

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the statement by Transport Minister Dr Stephen Ladyman in respect of his proposals for the modernisation of Operator Licensing for operators of heavy goods vehicles. Key changes announced by the Minister relate to the future appointment of a single Traffic Commissioner to deal with …

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Haulage industry task group FTA disappointed

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the publication of the summary of evidence of the Haulage Industry Task Group and key conclusions regarding cabotage and the operation of foreign vehicles in the UK. However, FTA regrets the Government's hesitation in committing to a database scheme for supporting the effective roadworthiness …

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