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Salvo the only choice for Birds Eye

Frozen food maker Birds Eye, formerly part of Unilever, has chosen Castell's Salvo to protect warehouse operatives at its Hull factory from the threat of unscheduled trailer departure. Having recognised that its existing system of traffic lights and manual powering up of loading bays by drivers failed to physically prevent …

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New European lab will help keep Europes food safe

European consumers want to know that the food they buy is safe and, where packaged, that the materials in that packaging keep it fresh and do not compromise the quality of the food inside. Today the European Commission inaugurates the Community Reference Laboratory (CRL) for Food Contact Materials. EU legislation …

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Meachers wraps up deal with Renderplas

Meachers Group has wrapped up a deal with PVCu bead manufacturer, Renderplas, utilising its full range of value-added supply chain services. Meachers won the contract by demonstrating its ability to offer Renderplas a seamless, turnkey operation from its Derby based depot. Improving Renderplas' level of service to its customers, Meachers …

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ISV launches new driver assessment solution

ISV Software has introduced a new Driver Assessment solution which has been developed in partnership with Protemp4Logistics, the driving recruitment and staffing services agency that specialises in the provision of driving, transport and logistics sector operatives. The solution gives organisations a rapid, cost-effective and technologically advanced solution for determining the …

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FTA publishes 2007 yearbook of road transport law

The Freight Transport Association has published its 2007 Yearbook of Road Transport Law – the 45th edition of this highly praised and indispensable publication. The book is written and compiled by FTA's team of transport legislation experts and constitutes essential guidance to help ensure legal compliance by commercial vehicle operators. …

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