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Play it safe with Sichelschmidt

Sichelschmidt GmbH, leading manufacturer of flameproof forklift trucks, will be exhibiting from its wide range of pedestrian and ride-on forklifts on stand D30 in Hall 20. Sichelschmidt is the only manufacturer to offer a complete product range featuring ASM AC drive technology, pioneered by the company in the early 1990's. …

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Thorworld putting on a show at IMHX 2007

Leading loading & unloading equipment specialists, Thorworld Industries Ltd, will be featuring their comprehensive range of loading bay products, safety aids and accessories on Stand 20 C11 at IMHX 2007 (The International Materials Handling Exhibition), NEC, Birmingham, 13-16 March 2007, where they will also be launching their new 2007/8 Product …

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Overnight success for Toyota

Reduced operating costs and increased driver comfort are just two of the reasons that Toyota Industrial Equipment has become the preferred materials handling supplier to APC Overnight Ltd. Strong after sales support and competitive pricing were other factors demonstrated by regional dealer West Midlands based Toyota Handling, and led to …

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Pyroban stage seminars at NEC

Pyroban are to stage two seminars at the NEC on 13th and 15th March concerning the use and maintenance of explosion proof industrial vehicles used in operations where there is a risk of explosion. Explosion proof trucks are delivered safe but they have to remain safe. The seminars will run …

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Link 51 at IMHX 2007

Link 51, specialists in the design, manufacture, supply and installation of pallet racking, shelving, lockers and other storage systems for over half a century, will use IMHX 2007 to highlight the extensive range of value-added services that they offer. “When you deal with Link 51 you get more than simply …

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High winds and High Sided Vehicles

Following many reports of overturned lorries during today's gales and the associated disruption to motorways and trunk roads, the Freight Transport Association has asked its members to carefully consider decisions on scheduling and routeing of high sided vehicles. If it is possible to postpone deliveries today (Thursday 18 January) then …

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New faces at FTA

The Freight Transport Association has made a number of new appointments. Richard White has been appointed General Manager – Sales and will be responsible for all aspects of the sale of FTA membership and product services. Julian Barker is Manager – Project and Product Development, responsible for the implementation of …

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DHL launches WEEE roadshows

Coventry, UK – 17 January, 2007: DHL Environmental Compliance Solutions is holding a series of seminars to help businesses get to grips with the new WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) legislation introduced to the UK earlier this month. The WEEE regulations affect retailers, importers and brand owners of electrical …

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