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Expanding HILO PSS group appoints UK sales director

UK's leading manufacturer and distributor of pallet racking and heavy duty shelving systems, HiLo-PSS Group is gearing up to expand its role as a provider of technically efficient and superior storage solutions with the promotion of Denis Reynolds to UK Sales Director from his current position as Business Development Director. …

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Great ideas for the Pharmaceutical sector at the Materials Handling Show

Taking place only once every three years, the International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX) is a must for all those with responsibility for logistics – and those in the pharmaceutical sector in particular have much to gain from visiting the show. Held at the NEC, Birmingham, from 13-16th March 2007, IMHX …

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Delegates attracted to the 7th RFID Networking Forum

Delegates from six continents attracted to the 7th RFID Networking Forum Delegates from around the world gathered at the 7th RFID Networking Forum on November 9th at the Olympia 2 Conference Centre in London to attend a range of one-to-one meetings, case studies and discussion groups focused on the use …

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Hellmann provides the X factor for Bon Jovi world tour

Hellmann provides the X-factor for Bon Jovi world tour. Logistics specialist’s service levels are commended following rock tour support. Hellmann Worldwide Logistics UK put on a star performance of its own recently, when providing logistical support for rock band Bon Jovi’s world tour. Supporting the ‘Have a Nice Day’ tour’s …

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175000 tonnes of CO2 emissions saved by buying recycled

Embargoed until 00:01 on 21 November 2006 London organisations have saved 175,000 tonnes of C02 emissions from bein released through the purchase of recycled products1. This is equivalent to the yearly emissions produced by over 29,000 households. The achievements of the Mayor’s Green Procurement Code – a sustainable purchasing programme, …

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Eighty six year old Sid Marks the end of a era at Link 51

The name of Link 51 has been synonymous in this country with the storage industry since its formation in 1951 – from when it takes its name. Yet, remarkably, this month has seen the retirement of the company’s eldest statesman, Sid Corfield, who has been with the organisation since its …

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Area sales manager enhances Impact Toyota

Impact Toyota, one of the UK’s largest and fastest growing distributors of TOYOTA forklift trucks, has appointed Tony Marsh as area sales manager for Nottinghamshire. Tony will report to Eddie Bourne, regional sales manager for Impact Toyota, and will focus on developing the sales and rental of Toyota mechanical handling …

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