In the current economic downturn, where companies might delay loading bay and materials handling equipment renewal or upgrades, it is vital for regular pre-planned service and maintenance of existing load handling equipment.
Dock Equipment, safety systems and industrial door solutions
Equipment used in the distribution industry to make the loading bay area of a facility more accessible and to provide safe movement of goods in the dock area. The equipment is used to enable the safe loading and unloading at the distribution area ensuring that the goods at the rear of the truck are being unloaded or loaded at the same height as the receiving warehouse/distribution centre floor. Loading dock equipment includes elevating docks, dock levelers, dock boards, dock lights, bumpers, seals, shelters, vehicle restraints and industrial traffic doors.
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Union Industries Eiger Door, which has become the market leading Hi-Speed Freezer Door, is already living up to its reputation at West Coast Sea Products.
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Schmitz Cargobull has introduced a new system specifically designed to reduce the weight on tractor drive axles when vehicles have been partially unloaded from the rear.
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Installing a made-to-measure Thorworld yard ramp to allow vehicles to drive into a basement unloading area has solved a problem and saved money for DX
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The main legal requirement is that all equipment should be subjected to what is known as a regular Statutory Thorough Examination (STE).
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New ExxonMobil Hydraulic Oil Can Help Companies Improve Hydraulic Efficiency.
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The logistics sector is equivalent in size to that of manufacturing and construction, yet it gets only a tenth of the public funding available for the training and development of its people.
Aug 18, 2008 Comments (0)
Loading bay equipment specialist Stertil Stokvis has completed an installation for Cadbury Trebor Bassett to fit loading bays into its distribution centre in Milton Keynes.
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A sudden rise in maintenance costs or employee sick leave could be a sign that your dock leveller has lost its crown angle.