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Safety at Work

Hilary Devey

Q. The Pall-Ex network has grown significantly since it’s foundation in 1996, from humble beginnings it now has access to over 6000 vehicles and 5 million square feet of warehousing space. How does membership of Pall-Ex work for it’s members and it’s clients? Now with a depot network comprising 100 …

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Spaceway ensures companies meet health and safety regulations

Figures supplied by the British Safety Council show that more industrial accidents occur to employees in the transport and storage industry than in any other singular industrial classification. Leading storage and materials handling company, Spaceway South, is helping companies ensure that they meet the requirements of the Health & Safety …

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Fish find peace in plastic pallets

Plastic pallets provide more than just a practical solution to the problem of storing and moving goods, they can also provide a safe haven for fish in areas where the over zealous feeding habits of cormorants are decimating stocks. The Environment Agency contacted Eastbourne-based company, goplasticpallets.com, when they discovered that …

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Lift Mates launch helps reduce manual handling injuries

Staff working in the warehousing and logistics sector can now reduce the threat of manual handling injuries in the workplace thanks to the launch of Lift Mates™. The launch of the lightweight and simple to use Solo Lift™ and Dual Lift™ products, means staff, who are repeatedly lifting and carrying …

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Cobalt IS unveils the key to reliable packing line identification

A new inline verification system which offers accurate and reliable product identification capabilities has been introduced by leading systems specialist Cobalt I.S. The system adds a variety of barcode audit and data acquisition functions to automated packing lines, and represents a highly practical and flexible packing line management tool which …

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