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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Port of Tyne announces £1 million investment in cargo handling

Port of Tyne announces £1 million investment in cargo handling

The Port of Tyne, one of the UK’s leading deep-sea ports and a major employer in the region, has announced a £1 million investment in its wood pellet-handling operations.

The investment sees state-of-the-art equipment installed and a range of measures put in place to help combat dust emissions from the dry wood pellets it handles into the UK.

Hyster double container handling solution helps boost productivity at ports

Hyster double container handling solution helps boost productivity at ports

With a Hyster Empty Container Handler, port operations can benefit from time and cost savings by handling two empty containers simultaneously. This double-handling capability provides advantages as organisations scale to handle growing demand, while controlling efficiency and costs.

LEEA launches Think Lifting ‘lesson in a bag’

LEEA launches Think Lifting ‘lesson in a bag’

The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has launched the Think Lifting School Lesson. The ready to use ‘lesson in a bag’ includes films, content, experiments and leave behind hand-outs that will allow LEEA member companies to engage remotely with their local schools in order to help raise awareness of the Lifting Industry.

Crown Warehouse Solutions – the new comprehensive material handling solution from dock door to warehouse floor

Crown Warehouse Solutions – the new comprehensive material handling solution from dock door to warehouse floor

Crown, one of the world’s largest material-handling companies, has expanded its product offering to provide customers with an extensive range of warehouse solutions, helping them improve throughput, enhance efficiency and reduce costs.

Shoreham Port invests £2m in UK-built Yale lift trucks from Forkway Group

Shoreham Port invests £2m in UK-built Yale lift trucks from Forkway Group

Shoreham Port has invested in a fleet of 35 new Yale forklift trucks to support its timber logistics operation that is estimated to handle up to 20% of all UK timber imports. The £2m contract is the largest ever for supplier Solent Forklift Trucks, part of Forkway Group.

New Beaverswood flexi-delineators keep warehouse and logistics traffic on the safe and narrow

New Beaverswood flexi-delineators keep warehouse and logistics traffic on the safe and narrow

A new range of Visusafe flexi-delineators from visual communications specialist Beaverswood, provide improved vehicle routing and pedestrian safety for warehouse, logistics and storage handling applications.

Sylvania launches new emergency lighting range

Sylvania launches new emergency lighting range

Whether it is the need to direct people to emergency exits, evacuate a building quickly and safely or to ensure working areas remain lit during an electrical outage, every organisation needs to be able to fully rely on its emergency lighting.

RSS Engineering Division opens FAAC Doors

RSS Engineering Division opens FAAC Doors

Rope and Sling Specialists Ltd. (RSS) has been named an installer of FAAC’s range of automatic commercial and industrial doors.

Union Industries acts fast on supply of rapid roll freezer door

Union Industries acts fast on supply of rapid roll freezer door

Union Industries, the UK manufacturer of high-speed industrial doors, has supplied and installed one of its Eiger fast-acting rapid roll freezer doors within three weeks of receiving the order.

Risk management concerns increasing at ports

Risk management concerns increasing at ports

The deadly spread of COVID-19, and the economic and trade disruption the pandemic has caused, is prompting port managers to examine new ways to improve risk management and digital processes, according to the latest biennial global ports survey conducted by Remy InfoSource.

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