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Circular economy: eco-design and innovation, core concerns

Before the capital meeting of packaging and intralogistics takes place on 17–20 November 2014, the PACK EXPERTS Committee of the international packaging exhibition EMBALLAGE continues its work and examines the repercussions of the circular economy on companies. A working session of the EMBALLAGE 2014 PACK EXPERTS* Committee, facilitated by Annette …

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SDI Group launches sortation knowledge portal

SDI Group, the global integrator of automated materials handling systems, has launched www.sortation.com, a new web site designed to demonstrate the benefits of automated sortation in a multimedia format. The site profiles different automated solutions, giving visitors the opportunity to assess what would suit their application – whether it is …

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Australian firm expands forensic engineering platform

A leader in forensic engineering has expanded resources to provide private and public companies with a specialised service that can determine causes of machine and system malfunctions – often in circumstances carrying serious consequences. Soto Consulting steps in when government authorities and police investigators need a forensic specialist to identify …

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Spiroflow’s robust handling equipment built to survive stormy seas

Spiroflow Ltd has helped a major petroleum company make substantial savings on its shipping costs, by manufacturing and supplying handling and conveying equipment for operation on a gas rig located in a region renowned for extreme weather conditions. The bespoke project, in collaboration with one of the biggest suppliers to …

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Jungheinrich raise over £10k for a good cause

Jungheinrich staff throughout the UK have raised in excess of £10,000 for cancer research by taking part in a series of 5k ‘Race for Life’ fun runs. Jungheinrich paid the entry fee for any members of its staff or their partners who wished to complete the 5k fundraising courses and …

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