As we know, the logistics industry becomes more fast-paced every year. The higher customer expectations get, the harder we work. Despite the chaos peak periods can cause, when we come home after a challenging shift at a manual warehouse, we take comfort in knowing we helped to achieve something.
Whether we like it or not, the logistics industry is changing. These days warehouses are expected to keep up with multiple channels and rising customer expectations. The truth is, everything a warehouse needs to conquer these challenges is available in one form or another today.
Construction materials experts, Johnsons Aggregates & Recycling Ltd, invested in new equipment after opening a state-of-the-art plant in Ilkeston to manage increased volume of incinerator bottom ash recycling.
Forklift apprentices Ryan Dann and Dale Moston, the Jofson equivalent of the Super Mario Bros, have received a metaphorical 1-up mushroom after completing their Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships in Lift Truck Maintenance.
Nationwide forklift provider, Windsor Materials Handling, is doing their bit towards food waste and poverty in the North West by providing a forklift truck to charity of the year, FareShare.
So, you've read the previous blog posts on paid and earned method for improving your search ranking, plus how to boost web visitors and maximise your use of social media. Now it's time for the action plan, right?
Even though it has only been a handful of decades since the first email was sent, we now live in a world where life without it is unimaginable. Shouldn't we think of social media in exactly the same way?
We'll start with an interesting example from a book called Epic Content Marketing by Joe Pulizzi. A company that sells and installs fibreglass pools runs a blog that answers questions about all kinds of pools – not just fibreglass ones.
Certex, the leading supplier of lifting products to the renewable energy market, has designed a bespoke solution for handling the latest large-scale wind turbines towers.
AKW Global Logistics has been a leading light in warehousing and distribution services since 1986. It prides itself on being able to offer a flexible, customer-focused range of services and has continued to grow in what is a very competitive sector.
A family owned third party logistics provider has taken delivery of a fleet of forklift trucks from Windsor Materials Handling’s premium range.
A Derbyshire logistics facility has boosted productivity within its 24-hour domestic and international delivery operation, after signing a long-term agreement with the local branch of an independent materials handling firm.
Since its launch, the IC engine-powered BX50 Series forklift has seen frequent updates, and is a particular favourite of Windsor Materials Handling customers due to their robust performance and great features. Now, the series has been awarded with the honour of Highest Retained Value from EquipmentWatch – a leading database for the US heavy equipment industry.
One of the UK’s most advanced technical plastics compounding and recycling companies has renewed their existing fleet of forklift trucks in a bid to boost productivity and reduce fuel emissions at their Lincolnshire facility.