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MASTERMOVER solve manual handling problem at AMCOR

Amcor Flexibles Camvac Ltd, a division one of the world's largest packaging companies, contacted MasterMover to solve a mechanical handling issue. Operators were moving around large reels of plastic film used for producing metallised packaging for the food industry, weighing up to 1.5 tonnes, on barrows. This was causing a …

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Morris and Bacou-Dalloz partner in height safety

Two of the biggest names in working at height safety have come together here in the UK. Morris Material Handling – one of the country's leading cranes, hoists and materials handling equipment manufacturers – has established a strategic partnership with Bacou-Dalloz, the world's number one player in the field of …

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Driving success

M&W Toyota Handling is helping a global supplier to the car industry drive success with the delivery of a new fleet of 29 forklift trucks. A partner for major car manufacturers across the world, DENSO supplies advanced automotive technology, systems and components in the field of climate control, engine management, …

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Driving success

M&W Toyota Handling is helping a global supplier to the car industry drive success with the delivery of a new fleet of 29 forklift trucks. A partner for major car manufacturers across the world, DENSO supplies advanced automotive technology, systems and components in the field of climate control, engine management, …

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Code of Practice Coupling/Uncoupling

The danger of coupling and uncoupling of large commercial vehicles has become greater in recent years with the introduction of close coupling techniques; this is generally recognised throughout the industry. In the foreword to the new Code of Practice Health and Safety Executive, Dr Elizabeth M Gibby, Director of the …

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