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Flexco Introduces Food Grade Belt Cleaner With Dual Durometer Blades At Mobac Show 2017

21 Feb 17 ,  Technology
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OSAKA (9 February 2017) – Flexco, the world’s leading light-duty endless splicing and fastener solutions provider, will be participating at MOBAC SHOW 2017 in Osaka, Japan from February 22 to 25, to showcase an array of innovative conveyor solutions for bakery processing, including FGP Food Grade Precleaner with the dual durometer blade and Novitool® Aero® Press with enhanced features.

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  • Flexco Introduces Food Grade Belt Cleaner With Dual Durometer Blades At Mobac Show 2017

    21 Feb 17 ,  Technology
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    OSAKA (9 February 2017) – Flexco, the world’s leading light-duty endless splicing and fastener solutions provider, will be participating at MOBAC SHOW 2017 in Osaka, Japan from February 22 to 25, to showcase an array of innovative conveyor solutions for bakery processing, including FGP Food Grade Precleaner with the dual durometer blade and Novitool® Aero® Press with enhanced features.

  • Zebra Technologies’ New Mobile Computer Helps Toll Global Logistics Increase Warehouse Productivity

    01 Mar 16 ,  Technology
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     Enterprise-class TC8000 shown to boost efficiency at Toll’s Altona distribution centre

  • Holcim automates logistics services with Schenck Process‘ LOGiQ software

    28 Apr 15 ,  Technology
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    18 cement locations in Eastern European logistics project networked and standardized

  • New system for tracking and monitoring shipping containers developed by iMinds

    13 Jun 14 ,  Technology
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    Shipping is truly the lynchpin of the global economy,” reflects the International Maritime Organisation. “Without it,” they acknowledge, “intercontinental trade, the bulk transport of raw materials and the import/export of affordable food and manufactured goods would simply not be possible.” It’s a huge industry, in which over 8,000 million tonnes of cargo was loaded in 2013. Monitoring the status of shipping containers helps to ensure that extended supply chains are effectively managed, minimising wastage and curtailing loss.  However, due to the contexts in which containers are stored and transported, existing technologies are often unusable. “Ports typically contain many containers, stacked three-dimensionally. Surrounded by metal on all sides, transmissions from wireless monitoring devices in such units are effectively blocked,” points out Professor Dr Ingrid Moerman, a researcher from iMinds-Ghent University specialising in wireless networks and communication. Together with colleague Jeroen Hoebeke, a

    Commerce is heavily dependent on sea freight, transporting valuable commodities across the globe. Between producer and purchaser, shipping containers are relayed within complex logistical chains, frequently encountering hazards that can cause delays or jeopardise profitability. Scientists of iMinds-Ghent University in Belgium are now piloting a standardised new system for monitoring containers’ location and status as part of the COMACOD project. Sensors integrated into the containers will relay GPS data to the users, as well as other information such as temperature and humidity, providing unprecedented levels of monitoring and security.

     

     

    Read full article online here, or view the attached PDF.

    http://www.logisticsdigest.com/images/stories/Article2014/NewSystemforTracking.pdf

     

     


     

  • Smartphone sensors revolutionizing logistics

    21 Mar 14 ,  Technology
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    •       DHL trend report outlines the potential applications of Smartphone and console technology in logistics
    •       Depth-sensing technology designed to speed up volume and fill height measurements will improve efficiency

    • DHL trend report outlines the potential applications of Smartphone and console technology in logistics

    • Depth-sensing technology designed to speed up volume and fill height measurements will improve efficiency

  • CMA Terminals California (CTC), becomes a stakeholder in PIER J Terminal at the Port of Long Beach, California, USA

    17 Dec 12 ,  Technology
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    Marseille – 11th December 2012 - The CMA CGM Group, via its American subsidiary CMA Terminals California (CTC), is very pleased to announce that it has become a stakeholder of the Pacific Maritime Services (PMS) Joint Venture to operate PIER J Terminal at the Port of Long Beach, California, USA.

  • Pteris Global wins major airport baggage handling contract

    19 Jul 12 ,  Technology
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    Integrated airport logistics solutions provider, Pteris Global, has secured a contract for the construction of the baggage handling and screening systems for Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

  • RFID Market To Grow Significantly

    25 Apr 12 ,  Technology
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    A study by ABI Research, a New York based market intelligence company, finds that the market for RFID transponders, readers, software, and services will generate $70.5 billion from 2012 to the end of 2017. Government, retail, and transportation and logistics have been identified as the most valuable sectors, accounting for 60% of accumulated revenue over the next five years.

  • Trucks need technology to prevent 'blind-spot' deaths

    19 Apr 12 ,  Technology
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    Collision-avoidance technology that could help eliminate cyclist and pedestrian deaths caused by driver "blind-spots", should be made mandatory for all UK lorries by 2015, says a report published today by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

  • Load Delivered Increases Supply Chain Efficiency With Mobile App

    26 Jan 12 ,  Technology
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    The new Load Finder mobile app saves carriers time and money by providing them with access to freight 24/7 from the palm of their hands.