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Quest Waste Management deploys BigChange Mobile Technology

Quest Waste Management Deploys BigChange Mobile Technology

Quest Waste Management, a domestic and commercial cleaning company specialising in serving the drainage industry, has embarked on an ambitious expansion drive following the implementation of BigChange’s mobile workforce management system JobWatch. Quest, which was founded in November 2014 and operates across the UK from its base in Ossett, West …

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New Red Ledge supply chain technology powers systems innovation at Robotics and Automation 2019

NEW RED LEDGE SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY POWERS SYSTEMS INNOVATION AT ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

Company’s 2019 CORE technology “enables faster systems implementation and delivers more affordable automation” say Red Ledge Red Ledge manufacturing and logistics applications on show include RFID goods tracking, robotics and AGVs, lights-out warehouse automation, light- and voice-driven applications The latest, 2019 Red Ledge CORE development technology “enables faster systems implementation …

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High praise for Europe’s first Volvo front shovel excavator

High praise for Europes first Volvo front shovel excavator

In partnership with SNS, Volvo CE has supplied its first front shovel excavator in Europe to Slovakian dolomite mine operator Dolkam Šuja, meeting the customer’s preference over wheel loaders and backhoes. For more than 40 years, Slovakian dolomite mine operator Dolkam Šuja has tested every combination of machines in search …

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Route planning and fleet management are key to a successful delivery operation

ROUTE PLANNING AND FLEET MANAGEMENT KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL DELIVERY OPERATION

Route planning and fleet management are key to a successful delivery operation, according to the recently appointed Logistics Director of two-man, white-glove specialist Panther Warehousing. Guy Burgess – who took up the reins at the Northamptonshire-based company earlier this year – believes strategically managing assets is essential, especially when delivering …

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Cruising out of Dover with 335 tonnes

Collett & Sons Cruising Out of Dover with 335 Tonnes

Appointed by Daher Projects GmbH to undertake delivery of two 335 Tonne transformers destined for Sellindge Substation, Collett & Sons Ltd loaded up their specialist girder bridge and headed out of Cruise Terminal 1 at the Port of Dover. Arriving at the Port aboard the same vessel, Collett deftly discharged …

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