Power and Fuel

Howard Tenens win UKWA Environmental Award

Howard Tenens Win UKWA Environmental Award

Howard Tenens has been at the forefront of environmental logistics for over a decade with a number of low emission vehicle trials, dual fuel CNG conversions, solar panel installations, as well as internal waste management projects. Today the company has nearly 40 CNG trucks in its fleet. The award win …

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Premier Paper takes delivery of UK’s first lithium-ion powered forklifts from Jungheinrich

Premier Paper first Jungheinrich lithium ion powered Kombi order

Jungheinrich UK has provided leading independent paper merchant, Premier Paper, with the UK’s first lithium-ion battery powered Kombi order picker and trilateral stacker for operating the very narrow aisles of its main distribution centre in Minworth, Birmingham. The EKX 516 Kombiis the only lithium-ion powered truck of the specification for …

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Silentnight  saves 400,000 litres of fuel in last 5 years

Silentnight saves 400000 litres of fuel as continues sustainability drive

The UK’s leading bed manufacturer Silentnight has saved more than 400,000 litres of fuel in the last five years, cutting CO2 emissions by over 1,000,000 kilos as part of its sustainability drive. Silentnight identified an opportunity to enhance its delivery experience for both the independent retailer and the home-delivery customer …

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New wireless monitoring device from EnerSys® enhances visibility and control to help lift-truck operators reduce battery fleet TCO

New wireless monitoring device from EnerSys enhances visibility and control

EnerSys® (NYSE:ENS), the global leader in stored energy solutions, is launching Wi-iQ®3 – the next generation in its line of wireless monitoring devices for motive power batteries. For over a decade, Wi-iQ® battery monitoring devices have enabled electric warehouse vehicle users to optimise battery management, reduce the number of battery …

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Hoppecke commits to doing business in the UK

Hoppecke commits to doing business in the UK

Despite concerns about prospects for economic growth and the uncertain commercial landscape post-Brexit, for energy management specialist Hoppecke Industrial Batteries it’s business as usual. Whilst the likes of Airbus, Unilever and BMW have been voicing fears over the impact on their businesses of a ‘no deal’, Hoppecke has signalled its …

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