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New relief valve will help reduce load damage

B&B Attachments four-stage pressure relief valve reduces load damage by ensuring easy and fast clamping pressure selection. Able to be used on any clamping attachment, the electronically controlled pressure relief valve enables a clamp attachment to be used at four different clamping pressure levels thereby eliminating damage caused to loads …

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Cleaner solutions cut costs

Leading Toyota forklift distributor, M&W Toyota Handling, has replaced a fleet of gas trucks with electric forklifts to enable one of the UK's leading stainless steel suppliers to achieve a cleaner working environment and significant cost savings. Vetchberry Steels in Witton, Birmingham, has selected M&W Toyota Handling to supply nine …

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ASG services labelling products help meet demanding retail objectives

The capability of the warehouse labelling service from ASG Services Ltd. is now comprehensively demonstrated in a new facility in Doncaster – the latest distribution centre for one of the UK's best-established High Street furniture and home product retailers. The 607,000 sq. ft. premises, which also benefits from an additional …

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A leading figure in the UK materials handling industry says enlargement of the European Union should be seen as an opportunity not a threat, but the authorities should take urgent steps to allow British and other Western European manufacturers a level playing field in order for them to compete fairly …

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Heavy metal – Multilift moves it

Sims Group UK is one of the largest and most successful specialist metal recycling businesses in the world, so when evaluating and upgrading the company's large fleet of vehicles to incorporate skip and hook loader demountables, only the best and most reliable systems could be considered. MULTILIFT, with its exceptional …

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