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Designer labels handled by SDI Greenstone

Systems integrator SDI Greenstone is developing an innovative new automated sortation system to handle ‘designer label’ fashion clothing at Hansen & Cawley’s international distribution centre (DC) in Fuenlabrada, near Madrid. The high-speed ‘bomb-bay’ sorter, which is governed by control software written by SDI group company RTI, will give Hansen & …

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Salvo adopted by UK

Salvo, the innovative drive-away-prevention system from Castell, has been adopted by Arla Foods at its Hatfield Peverel dairy in Essex. Arla is the UK’s leading dairy company, with Hatfield alone processing some 5 million litres of milk per week. In June 2004, Salvo was installed on 6 of Hatfield Peverel’s …

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Veteran Thorworld mobile yardramp retires

The very first mobile yardramp produced by Thorworld Industries Ltd has been ‘retired’ by Claymore Grass Machinery, after 15 years of continuing reliable service, It was two years old when it was purchased second hand in 1988 by the Bidford-on-Avon importers and distributors of outdoor power equipment to the garden …

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More warehouse management innovation from chess with latest empirica software

Advanced new features and functional improvements to enhance support for processes including real-time tasking, despatch load management and processing are delivered by the latest version of the popular Empirica Warehouse Management System from Chess Logistics Technology. Key additions to the product’s Task-RF (real-time task management) module mean that Empirica now …

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Toyota folklifts at the heart of production revolution

Toyota forklifts are at the centre of an innovation that has improved productivity and safety at Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd’s (TMUK) car manufacturing plant in Burnaston, near Derby. TMUK has worked with its materials handling supplier, Toyota Industrial Equipment, to establish two unique, world-leading, three-tier battery changing stations for …

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