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Think Tank’s latest on lift truck power

THINK TANK LATEST ON LIFT TRUCK POWER

Veronica Grasso from Hyster Europe reveals the latest thinking on lift truck power options by the company’s engineering Think Tank. She claims there is no “one size fits all” and gives compelling reasons why some options are better than others in different industry applications. When to choose lithium-ion lift trucks …

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Time to recognise and reward the heroes in your logistics operation

Talent in Logistics Awards

Entries are now open for the Talent in Logistics Awards 2020, uniquely dedicated to recognising and rewarding the stand-out individuals, teams and organisations within our country’s vital logistics sector. The awards, which are free to enter, highlight those who have been successful in attracting, developing and engaging talent within logistics, …

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Hyundai launch the new A-series HX220AL excavator

Hyundai launch the new A-series HX220AL excavator

Introducing the new A-series – the HX220AL is one of the first Stage V ready Hyundai machines. Packed with new technologies, excellent fuel efficiency, advanced machine controls and augmented uptime support, the new 22-tonne crawler excavator is what Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe (HCEE) describes as ‘a game changer’. Advanced technologies …

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Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. installs TouchPath manufacturing execution system to increase production capacity

TouchMES increases production speed and efficiency enables leaner manufacturing at lower cost

‘TouchMES’ increases production speed and efficiency; enables leaner manufacturing at lower cost Texas-headquartered forklift manufacturer Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (‘MCFA’) has implemented international supply chain solutions provider TouchPath’s ‘TouchMES’ manufacturing execution system, integrating it with the company’s ERP system to increase production capacity and support expansion, it was announced …

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Moody Logistics urges firms to rethink drivers’ toilet ban

Moody Logistics urges firms to rethink drivers toilet ban

The managing director of North East haulage firm Moody Logistics has armed her drivers with an official health authority letter after several were barred from using toilet facilities when delivering freight. Caroline Moody said there had been instances of drivers being told that loos were for employees only, but the …

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