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Crystal clear market for new xlite ET45

Motor Wheel Service Distribution (MWSD) has launched the xlite ET45, a forged aluminium wheel designed specifically for three-axle, multi-functional, inloader semi-trailers. Available in size 11.75" x 22.5", weighing 24.4kg and with a load capacity of 5,000kg, the 10 stud wheel has been specifically designed for glass transportation companies throughout Europe …

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Lightweight strongman for the beverage industry: The rugged BPP i9 pool pallet from Cabka-IPS

The beverage industry places particularly high demands on pallets, especially when they are used as pool pallets. They must be extremely rugged, solidly built and long-lasting. At the same time they must be light and easy to handle. To meet these requirements, Cabka-IPS has developed the BPP i9 beverage pool …

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New Doosan Stage IIIA 40 and 60 kVA Generators

Meeting the EU Stage IIIA engine emission regulations for generators, the new G40-IIIA (40 kVA prime power) and G60-IIIA (60 kVA prime power) generators are launched by Doosan Portable Power. Sharing a similar design and characteristics to the two platforms G150-G200-IIIA and G80-G100-IIIA respectively launched in 2012 and 2013, the …

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Innovative Random Bagger unveiled at IntraLogisteX

BoxSizer, the UK based subsidiary of Linkx Packaging, unveiled its newest packaging and bagging innovation at this year’s IntraLogistex show, where visitors witnessed the machine’s unique capabilities firsthand. The new random bagger, for which a patent is still pending, was designed with the needs of e-commerce retailers in mind. It …

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Cyclists get HGV driver’s eye view at FTA conference

Cyclists can get an HGV driver’s eye view of the road at the Freight Transport Association’s Managing Freight in London Conference sponsored by Transport for London which takes place next month. The Metropolitan Police will be hosting an ‘Exchanging Places’ event which will be taking place the evening before the …

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