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IMHX 2016 predicted as biggest ever — May 28, 2015
IMHX 2016, the essential intralogistics event for supply chain professionals, now has over 250 exhibitors booked – over a year before it takes place. As a result the event, which is taking place from 13-16 September 2016 at the NEC Birmingham, is predicted to be the biggest ever.
Metal in Food Products - The Solution? — May 22, 2015
Last week, some of the UK's leading supermarkets were forced to withdraw large numbers of potato products due to metal contamination. So what is the solution?
Weir Minerals Introduces the Cavex 700CVX Hydrocyclone, which can maximise throughput within your existing cyclone cluster footprint
JCB shows resilience as emerging markets fall — May 18, 2015
JCB achieved underlying earnings in excess of £300 million for the fourth successive year, as improvements in Western economies were eclipsed by sharp falls in developing construction equipment markets.
Jim Dicker Plant Sales Ltd, a specialist equipment provider for construction professionals across the South East of England, has reached its 100 unit sales milestone.
In-silo blending improves plastic mouldings — May 13, 2015
In this report for Solids and Bulk Handling, Mark Barton (Managing Director) from Barton Fabrications reports on the impact on silo storage of the increasing pressure for plastic moulders to use more recycled feedstock. The challenge faced by the industry is to retain the quality, properties and consistency of the components they are moulding, whilst using lower percentages of virgin raw material and without significantly increasing costs. Mark describes how silo manufacturers have contributed to this challenge with the development of improved in-silo blending designs to enhance recycled feedstock homogeneity.
Future commitment to rail freight in construction — May 13, 2015
The Rail Freight Group and MPA commit to the future of construction logistics.
APEAL confirms historic high in steel packaging recycling — May 12, 2015
New figures confirm steel is Europe's most recycled packaging material, with 2013 breaking record figures.