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If there is one certainty about warehouse motive power issues it is that environmental concerns, driven partly by legislation, will tip the balance more...

Logistics pundits claim that it is not companies that compete but their supply chains. The world's number one clothing retailer, Zara, for example, believes...

As businesses mature, lethargy and declining innovation often set in unless new markets can be developed. But if a specific industry has a compelling...

For some years leading forklift companies have been offering more than just sale/rental and contract maintenance, such as simulation for racking design, warehouse automation...

Floors are like icebergs. They seem harmless enough but hide a lot of potential problems if neglected, or worse still badly installed. Neglect can...

Company boardrooms would feel much more relaxed if they could accurately predict all future business trends, cycles and extraneous developments that could seriously impact...

After 10 years in gestation, DP World’s London Gateway (LG) container port officially opened on November 7th, costing £1.5 billion and promising 32,000 full-time...

If there is one outstanding trend in warehouse lighting it is concerns over energy costs, where typically lighting is the largest single energy use,...

The market for industrial doors may be intensely competitive but the signs are that buyers are looking well beyond initial product prices to life...

It is almost axiomatic that the forklift market is a reliable bellwether for the economy, being the first to slip into recession and the...

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