Baumann, the world’s largest sideloader manufacturer, has appointed Hannaman Material Handling as official distributors for North Wales. The appointment takes the total number of UK distributors to six.
A customer of Windsor Materials Handling for over 20 years, TST’s Hull terminal is home to all manner of Windsor-supplied equipment, including counterbalance forklifts, sideloaders, reach stackers, tugs, scrubber driers and trailers.
How much is a forklift? As sarcastic but savvy salespeople might put it – how long is a piece of string? Most businesses look for a ballpark figure when pricing up the addition of forklifts to their fleet, and if that’s what you’re looking for, the approximate cost is around £75 per week. However, if you want to know what points to consider before committing to hiring or purchasing forklifts, we have listed them here for you.
Carrylift is delighted to have been awarded the Aisle-Master dealer of the year award for the fourth year running! The Carrylift team is a big fan of the Aisle-Master as it’s a great piece of kit for those users looking to maximise their storage capabilities. Not only that its high quality build, easy operation and greater reach makes it a popular choice with customers. Special mention is also due to super sales manager Lee Whittaker, who also received a special sales recognition award for outstanding performance in 2015. Seen here shaking hands with Steve Tomlinson from Combilift (right) and Jason Jordan of Carrylift on the left.
As with most legal matters, the details surrounding Probate can seem daunting at times. For the most part, Solicitors try to put things in a clear and concise manner, but it's not always a simple matter...
Baumann, the world’s largest producer of diesel, LPG and electric sideloaders, is to set up its own UK business in support of a growing dealer network. Baumann UK will offer technical training and parts support, specification and marketing advice, as well as a direct link with the Italian factory.
Businesses looking to take advantage of commercial waste incentive programmes may be creating conditions that endanger their employees, according to leading forks and attachment specialists, Invicta.
The sad death of renowned Base jumper and wingsuit flyer, Dean Potter, raises some difficult questions about whether rules intended to prevent a fatality, have actually contributed towards it.
A great, and rightly scathing, short article about the prevalence of so-called neuromyths was published last year in response to a surprising survey of teachers in five countries: see here Whilst the article itself is enlightening, the reader comment ‘why is it always teachers who fall for pyscho-babble?’ seems a tad unfair. How many people fall for horoscopes, or moral panics, or (best whisper this one) religion? Check out what Francis Wheeler thinks about UFOs, superstitions and the response to the death of Princess Diana in “How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World” if you need evidence of how widespread modern delusions can be. Teachers internalise the myths about ‘visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learning’ or ‘only using 10 percent of our brain’ because they’re so damn prevalent. Teachers taking the VAK learning theory too much to heart is potentially harmful, but at [...]