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PYROBANR show speedy ex conversions at IMHX

A company with a 35 year history of explosion proofing materials handling equipment for all the leading truck manufacturers, treated visitors to IMHX 2007 with the opportunity to view a full explosion proof conversion completed within 90 seconds. Pyroban helps companies manage their risk of explosion when handling flammable materials …

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Transport News Brief CV Show and ATS special

You still have time to register Register on-line quickly and the organisers of the CV Show and ATS will send you a free, advance copy of the show guide with your Fast Track show ticket. “With the show catalogue in advance you can plan your visit and your Fast Track …

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Speed record breaker hopes to beat own record

The current World Electric Water Speed Record holder was on the Exide Technologies stand at IMHX 2007 with her new boat that hopes to smash the existing record. 25 year old Helen Loney will attempt to beat her own record of 68mph by over 30mph. With the help of CMP …

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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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Interactive training the workforce the most effective approach

The dynamic nature of industry today means that training needs are constantly evolving. E-Learning – the flexible delivery of training solutions via a range of interactive media, including CD-ROM, Internet and Intranet – can provide manufacturing and engineering organisations with extremely effective, economical and consistent training courses for their employees. …

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New PCO enforcement vehicle gets to work

A new Public Carriage Office (PCO) enforcement vehicle which will be used to check that taxis and private hire vehicles are properly licensed and comply with health and safety requirements will come into full-time use this week. The vehicle which is clearly branded and runs on green fuel will be …

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