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Crane owners shrug-offglobal slowdown

The world’s 50 largest crane owners have been largely unaffected by the global economic slowdown, with fleet sizes static over the last three years and overall lifting capacities steadily increased, according to unique new report. Wadhurst, UK, 22nd November 2012 – The number of cranes owned by the world’s 50 …

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Short supply chain is essential to successful textile recycling and maximising value

Closer partnerships between textile recyclers, local authorities and waste management companies can play a major role in diverting greater volumes of discarded clothing and household textiles from landfill, delegates at the UK’s first dedicated textile recycling seminar heard. Shortening the supply chain from residents to recyclers is essential to preserving …

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LSP and freight forwarding market in recovery, survey says

Logistics service providers and freight forwarders are optimistic that the economy will continue to grow, and provide opportunities for expansion in 2013, according to a survey by Transport Intelligence (TI) and Kewill, a leading provider of innovative software for global trade and logistics. 80% of respondents reported slight business expansion …

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Trakm8 launches Dynamics

Trakm8 has announced the launch of an exciting new product called Trakm8 Dynamics. This product monitors in real time fleet deliveries against a predefined delivery schedule. An easy to use web interface shows the vehicles, the proposed delivery points and times against the telematics derived predictions of actual delivery times. …

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