Raising efficiency at a Minimum Loss of Cooling.
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Raising efficiency at a Minimum Loss of Cooling.

Frischdienst Walther builds with Klinkhammer a cold store down to -22°C The Klinkhammer Group has built an automated deep freeze warehouse for temperatures down to -22°C for the…

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The business opportunity in sustainability.
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The business opportunity in sustainability.

A sustainability scorecard can hold businesses accountable and drive innovation. Comment by Jessica Hubbard ‘We cannot move into the future without incorporating [sustainability] into our businesses,’ says Liesl…

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TrakRap Awarded Funding for Aerosol Packaging Innovation.
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TrakRap Awarded Funding for Aerosol Packaging Innovation.

A consortium of organisations led by retail-ready secondary packaging company TrakRap has been awarded a grant by Innovate UK to develop a prototype that could change the way…

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What can we do with abandoned inventory in the Warehousing/Logistics sector?
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What can we do with abandoned inventory in the Warehousing/Logistics sector?

One of the constant battles waged in business today is the battle between the seemingly competing initiatives of profitability and sustainability. It seems as in most scenarios one…

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Smurfit Kappa has been awarded the gold Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) rating by EcoVadis, a leading evaluator of global supply chains, for the fourth successive year.
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Smurfit Kappa has been awarded the gold Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) rating by EcoVadis, a leading evaluator of global supply chains, for the fourth successive year.

The company ranked among the top 1% of the 30,000 companies that were assessed on a range of criteria across environment, labour practices and human rights, sustainable procurement…

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Royal Mail To Purchase 100 Electric Peugeot Vans For Delivery Fleet .
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Royal Mail To Purchase 100 Electric Peugeot Vans For Delivery Fleet .

Royal Mail has signed an agreement with Peugeot today (July 27) to purchase 100 zero-emission Partner L2 Electric vans, to be used by postmen and women on their…

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Delivering in the city.
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Delivering in the city.

Congestion is a critical city logistics issue. Craig Ryder, director of Go Supply Chain, explores some of the many solutions to getting deliveries through the last mile challenge.…

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Kalmar and DP World London Gateway to pilot industry first fast-charging solution for electric powered shuttle carrier.
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Kalmar and DP World London Gateway to pilot industry first fast-charging solution for electric powered shuttle carrier.

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, and DP World London Gateway are to jointly pilot the port industry’s first fast charging shuttle carrier solution at DP World London Gateway Port,…

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Glass cullet rides the rails from the Port of Tilbury.
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Glass cullet rides the rails from the Port of Tilbury.

The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, and URM UK loaded their first train of bulk glass cullet processed from a new recycling facility at the port. 1200 tonnes…

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Leading HGV training provider welcomes driverless vehicles.
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Leading HGV training provider welcomes driverless vehicles.

Photocaption: System Group’s Colin Gordon says the transport and logistics sector needs to embrace ‘driverless’ technology but safety should always be paramount. TRIALS of ‘driverless’ commercial vehicles planned…

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