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Ingrid Anderson presents cheque

To the Sick Children's Trust on behalf of BITA. For the second year running, members of the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA) have chosen to support The Sick Children's Trust and raised £2125 following a charity raffle held during the Association's summer ball. A cheque for the donation was presented …

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Transport News Brief

Some Euro 1 and Euro 2 engines may meet London LEZ standards Transport for London says some the Euro 1 or Euro 2 trucks registered before 1st October, 2001 may have sufficiently low particulate emissions then they meet the LEZ emission standards in 2008 without modification.. TfL a says it …

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Arbil Launch New Lifting Gear Website

Arbil Ltd, experts in all areas of Lifting, Jacking, Winching and handling equipment have taken their business approach of offering the best products and highest levels of customer service and applied the same ethos to their new dedicated Lifting Gear website. The website is a detailed and comprehensive site that …

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Arbil launch an extended range Hire Guide

Arbil Ltd, one of the UK's leading lifting, jacking and winching specialists, has just released its latest Hire Guide. The guide, which includes technical information on hydraulic system set ups, maintenance tools and winching theory, is an essential tool for any organisation involved in lifting operations and a must for …

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Prevention’s better than a cure

While it is, undeniably, sound business sense to have contingency plans and resources in place should a disaster strike, there is a great deal of wisdom in the old saying: 'prevention is better than a cure', according to SembCorp Protection's General Manager, Paul Frankland. Certainly, he says, it is less …

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Morris helps maintain production flow at Innospec

Playing its part in helping one of the world's leading speciality chemical manufacturers, Innospec, maximise the production efficiency across its approximately 250-acre facility in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, is Morris Material Handling. Indeed the Maintenance Services Division of the UK's leading lifting services provider assumes responsibility for the ongoing maintenance, service …

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Bendi forklift helps Online Packaging double pallet storage

By reorganising its warehouse storage method around the articulating, Bendi forklift, Gloucester-based Online Packaging has transformed its warehouse efficiency in ways that no other forklift could have achieved. The most often cited reason for switching to articulated forklifts is the space savings achieved, typically 33% compared with reach trucks and …

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Soft starters deliver more starts per hour

Aldershot, UK, 27 June 2007 – Carlo Gavazzi is introducing a new family of soft starters that combines a built-in bypass contactor with an external heat sink for optimal performance. Applications include fans, blowers, pumps, conveyors, granulators, mixers and shredding machinery, lathes, carousels, cranes, industrial dryers and washing machines as …

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