It is important for heavy commercial vehicle leasing company TR Group to make things as easy as possible for drivers to operate their vehicles as safely, efficiently, and compliantly as possible – all while helping the industry in its move towards going ‘green’.
Quantron has introduced a hydrogen fuel cell transporter in the 3.5 to 4.2 tonne range, unique in Europe.
It is a hot topic, and this is no exception in the distribution sector. From minimising the amount of plastic disposed of in the warehouse, to the machines delivering the goods, New Zealand seems to be well on its way.
Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, has launched its own V-Force branded solutions for customers seeking to improve battery electric forklift performance by using lithium-ion technology.
Supply chain technology provider Körber has introduced two innovative robot solutions to the APAC market. As the industry continues to explore autonomous solutions to improve efficiencies and productivity, Körber remains ahead of the curve and has expanded its autonomous solutions range to provide customers with the very latest developments in robotic technology.
New Swisslog white paper discusses how micro-fulfillment can synergise online and storefront.
Goodman New Zealand has made an extensive commitment to sustainable developments, and not just in terms of the buildings that the company owns or develops, but also as an operating business.
The Irish manufacturer Combilift recently marked a further milestone when its 60,000th unit came off the production lines at the company HQ in Monaghan and was shipped to this side of the world. The customer taking delivery of this special forklift is Metroll, a leading Australian manufacturer and supplier of steel building products including roofing, cladding, rainwater, structural and fencing.
industry must consider a lifecycle perspective to operations and products – starting from the acquisition of materials to transportation of the product, and their end-of-life treatment.
New Zealand freight and logistics company, TIL Logistics Group Limited, has unveiled its new name – MOVe Logistics Group Limited – signalling a new era in the company’s 150-plus year history.