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Safety at Work

Protecting lone workers

By Craig Swallow, Managing Director, Connexion2 Limited According to the Health & Safety Executive lone workers are “those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision. The work in a wide range of professions within the industrial sector e.g. in warehouses, factories, research establishments and as night security personnel. …

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Global leader empowers business

A materials handling fleet is a major commitment that must be managed effectively if a business is to be truly productive, says Toyota Industrial Equipment. Consistent co-operation between the people managing the fleet and excellent communication, at customer, dealer and supplier level, is at the heart of good fleet management, …

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Build Center improves handling

Leading UK builder's merchants, Build Center, has significantly improved the handling of its products following the purchase of Seven Kaup 2T402UV from B&B Attachments, the UK's leading supplier of masts and forklift truck attachments. Purchased via Barloworld Handling, exclusive suppliers of Hyster forklift trucks to Wolseley UK, whose brands include …

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3 new models and new HQ for Combilift

Irish Enterprise Minister Micheal Martin TD officially opened Combilift’s new global headquarters in Monaghan, Ireland, at the end of June. The £7 million investment will create 100 new jobs over the next four years. Martin McVicar, Managing Director of Combilift, said: “This new facility in Monaghan will help us to …

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Morris establishes new specialist work at height division

The UK's leading lifting services provider, Loughborough-based Morris Material Handling, has established a new division dedicated to the field of working at height. Branded Height Safety Solutions and forming part of Morris Maintenance Services, the operation specialises in the design, implementation, installation and management of complete solutions for working at …

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