Tag Archives: Coronavirus

Maximising resources in the intralogistics industry

With the fallout from a global pandemic and the repercussions of Brexit to contend with, businesses are under great pressure to maximise efficiencies while keeping costs low. Within the manufacturing industry, organisations are now tasked with finding new ways to adapt, and they must capitalise on opportunities to improve operational …

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Narrow Aisle’s upbeat message

Narrow Aisle’s upbeat message

John Maguire, managing director of Narrow Aisle Ltd – manufacturer of the iconic Flexi collection of articulated warehouse trucks – has delivered an upbeat message to employees at the company’s UK headquarters in the West Midlands. John Maguire said: “There is no denying that the past few months have been …

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HR strategies will be key to post-pandemic logistics

HR strategies will be key to post-pandemic logistics says Bis Henderson Recruitment

As industry and commerce gears up for the post-pandemic ‘new normal’, supply chain talent specialist Bis Henderson Recruitment is seeing a marked upturn in demand for senior Human Resource (HR) executives. Leigh Anderson, Managing Director at Bis Henderson Recruitment says, “Logistics operators, and distribution and fulfilment functions across retail and …

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Entec teams up with Openhouse Products to support Indian Red Cross

Entec teams up with Openhouse Products to support Indian Red Cross

Following the sourcing and shipping of vital oxygen concentrators to Covid-hit India, MRO procurement and supply chain specialist Entec International has teamed up with medical equipment and services provider Openhouse Products to provide further much-needed support. Openhouse has donated first responder oxygen cylinders as well as bedding, which will be …

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LPAs hold the key to greater product quality and a faster manufacturing recovery by Eric Stoop, CEO of EASE Inc.

Eric Stoop CEO of EASE Inc

As UK manufacturing continues its recovery from the pandemic’s impact, its factory production growth is simultaneously being slowed by Brexit-hit supply chain disruption. Between Brexit and COVID, movement between borders is slowed. This has culminated in the manufacturing industry recording its slowest output rate for nine months, in February. It’s …

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What does the Queen’s Speech mean for Logistics?

What does the Queen’s Speech mean for Logistics

UKWA CEO Peter Ward comments on the Government’s agenda In the Queen’s Speech yesterday, the Government outlined its priorities for the country post-pandemic and post-Brexit. For the warehousing and logistics sector, there were some key takeaways. The emphasis on training and education, with the lifetime skills guarantee designed to boost …

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LiftEx Bahrain moves to 21-22 March 2022

LiftEx Bahrain moves to 21-22 March 2022

It is with huge disappointment that the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) Events team has made the decision to postpone LiftEx Bahrain until early next year. The event will move from 27-28 September 2021 to 21-22 March 2022, at the Gulf Hotel and Convention Centre, Manama. Ross Moloney, CEO of …

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