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Data collection is easier with Avery Weigh Tronix at CIWM 2007

Avery Weigh-Tronix is showcasing its new Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology at CIWM 2007, which is designed to improve the speed, ease and accuracy of weighbridge data collection for waste operators. Visitors to stand number T76 can also view the company's Weighman weighbridge software, a compactor usage monitoring system …

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Two Warburtons sites protected by Salvo

Warburtons, the UK's largest family-owned bakery, is the latest food industry member to adopt Castell's Salvo. The innovative drive-away prevention system has been installed at Warburtons' Burnley and Blackpool sites, safeguarding a total of eight loading bays. “It's an easy-to-use, foolproof product,” comments Andrew Evans, Services and Project Engineer at …

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Environment Agency urges sign up for WEEE schemes

The Environment Agency today (29 March) urged companies that produce, rebrand or import electrical and electronic equipment (EEE), such as televisions and toasters, to make sure they are signed up with an approved WEEE compliance scheme. Liz Parkes, Head of Waste at the Environment Agency, said: “From an initial telephone …

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Loads More Handling Solutions In New Thorworld Catalogue

The new 2007/8 Product Range Catalogue from loading and unloading equipment specialists, Thorworld Industries Ltd, is packed full of materials handling solutions for specifiers, purchasers and users of loading bay equipment, accessories and safety aids. The 44-page full colour catalogue provides a comprehensive source of information for the company's ever …

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New freight initiative launched for central London

A new initiative has been launched today to improve reliability and movement for freight vehicles in central London. The Central London Freight Quality Partnership (CLFQP) brings together seven London local authorities, Transport for London (TfL), Central London Partnership (CLP) and the freight industry. It is being funded by TfL and …

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