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Dedicated loading bays may predominate but there are still plenty of SMEs who get by without them even though they are handling full pallet...

Forklift training is sometimes like a curate’s egg: good only in parts, so it is always sensible to take a permanently pro-active stance on...

As energy issues gather pace in the warehouse sector it seems reasonably clear that warehouse doors will demand more attention to comply with the...

As conveyor requirements become more complex, particularly in distribution centres driven by omni- channel fulfilment needs at breakneck speeds, the risks of wrong conveyor...

Lighting costs, as all warehouse managers know, often form the lion’s share of running costs (stock holding costs excluded) yet while many are aware...

In the battle for forklift motive power choices hydrogen looks set to move up a few gears as the future’s forklift fuel of choice,...

Good ergonomics are often pushed as a selling point for forklifts but how many warehouse operators understand its key importance for order picking functions,...

Britain’s pallet exchange networks had a good year in 2014, accounting for over 20 million pallet load movements, and the auguries suggest they will...

Human error may play a key role in most forklift accidents but if that be so then indifference, ignorance and commercial pressures are its...

2014 was a good year for the loading bay industry as retailers, in particular, spent heavily on their big shed networks but how will...

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