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LMC Caravan opts for logistics solutions from Jungheinrich

LMC Caravan opts for logistics solutions from Jungheinrich

The LMC Caravan company from the west German town of Sassenberg has commissioned the intralogistics experts, Jungheinrich, to implement the warehouse and material flow technology at its new logistics facility. LMC Caravan, which manufactures caravans and mobile homes for the European market, is expanding the logistics system at its Sassenberg …

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A new breed of warehouse technology?

A new breed of warehouse technology

Faster, simpler and more affordable, middleware is a game-changer for the industry argues Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard. Middleware is not yet widely used in the warehousing and logistics environment but interest in it is growing, especially in senior management circles where IT habits (supplier relationships, for example) are less …

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UKWA opens its doors to retailers and manufacturers

UKWA opens its doors to retailers and manufacturers

John Lewis, Homebase and Claire’s Accessories are among the first retail companies to sign up to the United Kingdom Warehousing Association’s UKWA new membership category that allows retailers and manufacturers who manage their logistics and supply chain operations ‘in house’ to become part of the association. Originally established as a …

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XPO Logistics awarded chilled warehousing contract for BrewDog Craft Beer

XPO Logistics awarded chilled warehousing contract for BrewDog Craft Beer

XPO Logistics, a leading global provider of transport and logistics solutions, has signed a contract with craft beer pioneer BrewDog, one of the UK’s fastest-growing food and drinks companies. XPO will provide class-leading temperature-controlled warehousing for BrewDog’s stockholding of craft beer at a multi-user, 125,000 square foot facility in Mossend, …

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Warehouse operators can slash costs if they see the light

Warehouse operators can slash costs if they see the light

When it comes to identifying new-build or old stock warehouse or distribution centre property to lease or buy outright, would-be occupiers must pay special attention to a unit’s lighting system if they want to ensure that their day-to-day operating costs will be minimised. That’s the advice from Martin Needham, managing …

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Yale Tugger Train System supports line feed manufacturing operations

Yale Tugger Train System supports line feed manufacturing operations

In response to industry insight garnered through its automotive application centres, Yale Europe Materials Handling has launched the flexible, modular Tugger Train System to support Just-In-Time (JIT) and Just-In-Sequence (JIS) manufacturing applications. With a range of different trolley types available, the Tugger Train System offers an ergonomic and dependable solution …

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