Welcome to the May 15th issue of Warehouse & Logistics News. Our front cover story reveals that Exporta has more than 150,000 products in stock and ready to ship the next day. These products include a core range of plastic pallets, euro containers, pallet boxes, pallet collars and much more. The company understands the important role these products play in ensuring warehouse operations, transportation and logistics continue to function seamlessly and keep supply chains moving.


Leading vertical storage lift company Randex is launching a virtual reality (VR) system that simulates vertical storage space and performance. The ‘Randex VR’ system uses VR and BIM (building information modelling) technology to graphically test and demonstrate in building vertical storage lift location and the picking throughput that the Randex Compact vertical lift supports.

Warehouse & Logistics News is once again a media partner of LogiMAT, the International Trade Show for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management, which returns from May 31 – June 2, 2022, at Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre. An expected 1,500 international exhibitors are coming to Stuttgart to present their latest product innovations and solutions for efficient and sustainable intralogistics. See our Preview for more information on the top-notch accompanying programme, which will take place this year in the LogiMAT Arena, East Entrance, come and see us on our stand Hall 1/A19.

United Pallet Network (UPN) has announced DRIVE SERVICE QUALITY as its “route to success” in 2022. DRIVE SERVICE QUALITY has been introduced to further energise a strong team ethic nationally and regionally to help the leading UK Pallet Network to drive its business forward, our pallet network feature reports.

As the only UK company to manufacture sliding shoe sortation systems, Axiom GB has seen an influx of orders for its recently launched MSS Sliding Shoe Sorter, according to our conveying and sortation feature. The sorter combines high throughput speeds with low running costs, making it a competitive sorter that is ideal for a diverse range of products.

By digitalising their co-packing VAS (value-added services) operations, logistics firms can further differentiate themselves by delivering strategic value to brands looking to rapidly innovate and customise their product offerings in a discerning consumer market, according to Josephine Coombe, MD of Nulogy in Europe. Faster, more responsive service, recall readiness through rapid traceability, and improved quality compliance are just some of the added advantages 3PLs can offer their brand customers through a standardised digital platform for VAS. With software like Nulogy, companies are better equipped to manage and schedule projects, and can respond to the increasingly dynamic changes in order patterns – making them more flexible partners for their brand customers, says our packaging feature.

Enjoy reading the issue

James Surridge

Publishing Editor

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