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Allan Leibowitz introduces news edition #47

Thursday, 7 March 2002 ( #47 )
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
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There's a strong automation theme in this week's newsletter, with two case studies showing productivity and efficiency enhancements through the adoption of AGVs and AMRs.
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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Jungheinrich is marking its 20th anniversary in Brazil with a reforestation campaign. For each electric forklift that replaces one powered by diesel or LPG, the...
Bergheim, Austria Faced with competition from electric competitors, Palfinger has developed a Silent Pack for its F3 151 truck-mounted forklifts (TMF). The company boasts that its versatile...

Inside Forkliftaction

There's a strong automation theme in this week's newsletter, with two case studies showing productivity and efficiency enhancements through the adoption of AGVs and AMRs.
We also report on an Australian port leading the automation race with the addition of more automated cranes.
Interestingly, this week's news has an abundance
...Continue Reading
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Menomonee Falls, WI, United States Enerpac Tool Group has named Paul Sternlieb as new president and chief executive officer. Sternlieb succeeds Randy Baker, who...

Inside Forkliftaction

There's a strong automation theme in this week's newsletter, with two case studies showing productivity and efficiency enhancements through the adoption of AGVs and AMRs.
We also report on an Australian port leading the automation race with the addition of more automated cranes.
Interestingly, this week's news has an abundance
...Continue Reading

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