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AFG racking and storage capability at the heart of new larger TNT fashion group distribution centre

The opening of the new TNT Fashion Group Distribution Centre at Magna Park in Leicestershire not only marks the conclusion of the rebuilding works that have followed the well-documented fire at the site in November 2005, but also signals the creation of a larger, state of the art facility. Dedicated …

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More comforting thoughts on the HYSTER FORTENS H4 0-5.5 FT

Being showcased for the first time at this year's International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX) in Birmingham will be the H4.0-5.5FT, the latest addition to Hyster's successful Fortens range. Ergonomically advanced, this is a truck designed for heavier industrial applications such as the paper making, bottling or construction industries. Fitted with …

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Fortress Interlocks multi adaptable head module

Multi-Adaptable Head Module For All Door Safety Applications The head module for Fortress Interlocks' innovative eGard safety and control system is suitable for all types of door. It rotates through 360 degrees for ease of installation, and features both top and side entry. Its adaptability makes both ordering and configuration …

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Legislation compliance from just 20p from TOPTAGS ID

A new identification tagging system designed to enable quick and simple compliance with Health and Safety legislation from just 20p an item has been launched by Toptags ID Systems. Ideal for meeting LOLER, PUWER, HAVS, Work at Heights and Decibel level legal requirements, as well as insurance company requirements, the …

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Night deliveries by lorry Go for it

The Freight Transport Association says that the recent debate regarding road pricing, and the variety of suggestions which were made to reduce congestion, served to reinforce the public call for more lorry deliveries to be made at night, thus reducing their impact on daytime congestion. FTA says that the publication …

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Internet discussion network for local authority transport officials

The Freight Transport Association has launched the Freight Quality Partnership Network (FQPN), an internet information and discussion forum for local authority personnel responsible for the planning and provision of urban transport and delivery issues. The FQPN will provide the opportunity for obtaining and sharing views, experiences and information on all …

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It pays to do your homework in and around the loading bay

John Meale, Managing Director of loading & unloading equipment specialists, Thorworld Industries Ltd, says spending time to choose well designed and manufactured loading bay and materials handling equipment can pay dividends in making the goods in/out process more efficient and even safer. The loading bay is a vital link in …

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