To mark its 75th anniversary year, UKWA pledges to raise £75,000 for Transaid
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To mark its 75th anniversary year, UKWA pledges to raise £75,000 for Transaid

At its recently held Annual Conference UKWA (the United Kingdom Warehousing Association) announced that it will mark its 75th anniversary – which it is celebrating throughout 2019 – by…

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Yale to Feature Innovative Products,and Solutions at ProMat 2019
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Yale to Feature Innovative Products,and Solutions at ProMat 2019

Warehouses operate in an increasingly competitive environment, characterized by labor challenges, faster delivery demands and shifts to advanced technologies. At ProMat in 2019 in Chicago, Yale Materials Handling…

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See the technology that is reshaping warehousing at IMHX 2019
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See the technology that is reshaping warehousing at IMHX 2019

Visitors to IMHX 2019 – the UK’s largest intralogistics and supply chain event – will be able to see the developments in automation and robotics technology that are…

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Strong conference programme unveiled for TCS&D Show
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Strong conference programme unveiled for TCS&D Show

Announcing the speakers for the seminars at the Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) Exhibition & Conference, the event’s organisers are delighted with the programme so far. “With…

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Register now for IMHX 2019
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Register now for IMHX 2019

Visitor registration is now open for the UK’s biggest event for intralogistics and supply chain solutions. Held at the NEC, Birmingham between 24 – 27 September, IMHX will…

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Successful TCS&D show returns to its roots
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Successful TCS&D show returns to its roots

Taking place for the fifth time, the bi-annual Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) Exhibition & Conference is returning to its original location at the East of England…

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UKWA disappointed by continued lack of Brexit clarity
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UKWA disappointed by continued lack of Brexit clarity

Following the rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit plan by the House of Commons, the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) has expressed its disappointment at the continued lack of clarity…

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Stockpiling Goods in the UK due to Brexit.
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Stockpiling Goods in the UK due to Brexit.

By Richard Newbold The Warehouse Exchange (Part of Returnloads.net) Business leaders such as Michael Brown of The Logistics Terminal in the Port of Tilbury, explained warehouse space had…

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UKWA celebrates 75th anniversary milestone
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UKWA celebrates 75th anniversary milestone

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) will celebrate the 75th anniversary of its inception in 2019. The Association was launched in 1944 when representatives from warehousing companies formed a Committee…

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Agency workers at risk due to lack of lift truck training, warns RTITB.
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Agency workers at risk due to lack of lift truck training, warns RTITB.

Workplace accidents, injuries and fatalities are frequently occurring as employers fail to check the qualifications and training credentials of agency staff working in lift truck operations, warns RTITB.…

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