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Driving change at access vehicle safety training provider

A North East provider of health and safety training courses covering forklift, mobile plant and elevated working platform operations is the first in its sector to benefit from new self-assessment and improvement planning software to improve its readiness for Ofsted inspections. Health & Safety Training Ltd, which operates from an …

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FTA launches App keeping drivers informed and on the move

FTA has today launched Driverfta – a brand new App giving drivers complete visibility of their drivers’ hours data, making sure they have up-to-date information to help them stay compliant. Described as ‘the ultimate App for drivers’ – Driverfta enables them to keep track of their most recent driving updates …

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Axiom’s automated packing solution doubles productivity for Asda

Axiom GB has designed and completed an automated packing and dispatch solution for Asda Stores Ltd at Clipper Logistics’ Boughton facility in Nottinghamshire. The new system has enabled Asda to double its order throughput of its online George.com homeware merchandise without increasing the footprint of the original manual operation. Picking …

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Paragon launches Route Control to help transport offices plan for the London Lorry Control Scheme and major public events

Paragon has announced a breakthrough in vehicle routing and scheduling with new software functionality to help transport planners build routes that comply with the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) and other time-sensitive route restrictions. Paragon Route Control will enable planners to build compliant routes, cutting the time spent on manual …

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NiceLabel receives a national award for its fast growth

NiceLabel, a leading developer of barcode and RFID labeling software and global provider of enterprise labeling solutions, has been awarded the »Silver Gazelle« award for its fast growth and development. The Gazelle award, presented annually by the Slovenian publishing company Dnevnik, honors the best examples of fast growing companies − …

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Transmon and OnGrade aim to reduce vehicle and pedestrian collisions

Protecting pedestrians working alongside vehicles is one of the biggest health and safety challenges for industrial vehicle fleet owners. To help reduce the risk, materials handling safety specialist, Transmon Engineering is working in partnership with SiteZone proximity warning system supplier, OnGrade, in support of its ‘Don’t Burst the Bubble’ campaign. …

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New ‘Red Ledge RFID Readiness’ FREE Advisory Service will help manufacturing, logistics and retail companies decide whether RFID is for them

Free service provides two hours of discovery consulting to measure the viability of RFID for a company RFID tracking greatly increases manufacturing and logistics productivity and visibility, can double supply chain intelligence and often pays for itself in 3-6 months say Red Ledge – but it is not suitable for …

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