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SHD Website

By |April 20th, 2015|Public Relations, Swisslog, Windsor|

Two happy clients make it to the top of the SHD website...

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Franks Love Rushlift!

By |April 13th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

Rushlift’s relationship with CreateCity began almost twenty years ago, and has developed every year since. Thanks largely to the handsome devil that is Tony Forrester...

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Windsor Stacks Up For Metsä Wood

By |April 2nd, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Windsor|

Windsor has been awarded a long-term nationwide contract for the supply and maintenance of the MHE fleet of premium-quality wood products business, Metsä Wood.

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Tailift Appoints Ambassador

By |March 15th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Tailift|

Taiwanese forklift manufacturer, Tailift, is to launch three new ranges of forklifts through the newly appointed UK distributor, Ambassador.

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The Big Future of Big Data

By |March 2nd, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Swisslog|

Can Big Data make a big difference? What will the impact be on intralogistics?

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Teachers Not Immune To Neuromyths

By |February 12th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations|

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 [...]

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Rushlift Delivers For WFS

By |February 10th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

Ground support and materials handling equipment providers, Rushlift, has supplied a new fleet of equipment for Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) at Manchester Airport.

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Swisslog Launch SmartLIFT At ProMat 2015

By |February 9th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Swisslog|

Leading automation specialists, Swisslog, will launch a new system for the monitoring and tracking of materials handling equipment at the ProMat 2015 exhibition. SmartLIFT is a Real Time Location System (RTLS) that guides, monitors and tracks every movement of a fork truck vehicle within a facility. Along with live inch-accurate visibility of all vehicles, operators and inventory movements, SmartLIFT provides equipment monitoring and fleet management tools to track vehicle usage.

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New Governance Structure For Navigate Academies

By |January 26th, 2015|Latest News, Navigate, Public Relations|

Navigate Academies Trust is to introduce a new framework for the governance of its primary academies, to be chaired by former Ofsted regional director, Louise Soden. Two Local Improvement Boards (LIBs) have been set up covering Navigate’s Barnsley and Tees Valley Hubs, following research and recommendations by the Department for Education, the CBI and leading education thinkers.

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A Decade of Service

By |January 23rd, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

Operating in more than 70 countries and employing more than 15,000 people, the Weir Group is one of the world's leading engineering businesses, and a key customer of MHE experts, Rushlift.

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Tweet This!

By |January 21st, 2015|Beno, Latest News, Public Relations, TB Marketing|

Confused by Twitter? Get to grips with a few basic principles.

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Do the Finns have the best education system?

By |January 10th, 2015|Latest News, Public Relations|

Are the Finns really better than the rest at education? This blog posts questions the media's received wisdom that the OECD league tables tell the whole story... From Start To Finnish A well-circulated story doing the social media rounds states Finland has none of the inspection, curriculum or league table protocols that most other nations have and yet manages to consistently top the education charts. Can it really be true? How do they know if there are no league tables? Surely the internet has not lied to me... Those stories, including other notable educational performances by Japanese, Dutch and Shanghainese students, are prompted by education reports from The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published every three years. Established in 1961, the origin of the OECD can actually be traced back to its forerunner the OEEC, an organisation set [...]

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Navigate Video Project

By |January 9th, 2015|Latest News, Navigate, Public Relations, Video|

Amidst the madness of Christmas, we managed to get this great project filmed, edited and online in time for the New Year...

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The best way to predict the future is…

By |December 10th, 2014|Beno, Latest News, Public Relations, TB Marketing|

Flatscreen TVs, escaping the Nazis and liberating mankind from monotonous drudgery. All in a day's work for a hero of futurology...

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Does your business suffer from Parkinson’s Law of Triviality?

By |December 9th, 2014|Beno, Latest News, Public Relations, Windsor|

Best known for his adage, “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion” former 1950s civil servant, C. Northcote Parkinson, has passed into business folklore as a wry observer of corporate culture. So much so that the law has even gone global, as Mikhail Gorbachev observed in 1986, when Alessandro Natta complained about a swelling bureaucracy in Italy, “Parkinson's Law works everywhere".

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Rushlift’s Magnetism

By |November 19th, 2014|Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

Recently visited a great bunch of lads at Magnet Kitchen owners, Nobia.

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Doosan’s Community Service

By |November 10th, 2014|Doosan, Latest News, Public Relations|

10,000 executives and employees from 13 countries come together to show Doosan's caring side.

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Gone In A Flash

By |November 7th, 2014|Latest News, Public Relations, Swisslog|

A form of extreme discounting, flash sales originated in France and are now spreading around the world. The phenomenon tells us a lot about what brands do to manage their stock, whilst keeping their brand value high and maximise income.

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The Fight Against Fidgeting

By |October 24th, 2014|Latest News, Navigate, Public Relations|

Does 'low level' fidgeting in class constitute bad behaviour and are teachers to blame?

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Give us a lift…

By |October 14th, 2014|Fun Stuff, Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

When you've got some serious lifting to do, it helps to have a crane business as your sister-company! This amazing bit of air cargo kit is now was shipped from Germany to become part of the new Rushlift hire fleet.

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Neon sign of things to come

By |September 24th, 2014|Latest News, Public Relations, Swisslog|

Our mates at Swisslog have sold hundreds of semi-autonomous robots that wizz about in warehouses to get your delivery to you in double-quick time. Here's what their cool dude / Innovation Manager, Mike Hattrick thinks is next for us mere humans...

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