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Thursday, 24 June 2004
I wonder if jurisdictions that have outlawed forklift steering wheel knobs in the name of safety have any idea how they have contributed to increased health and safety risks? [ Read more ]
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Thursday, 17 June 2004
The Material Handling Industry of America has secured 12 sponsors for its Radio Frequency Identification Knowledge Centre at ProMat 2005. [ Read more ]
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