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Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 ( #663 )
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The TPC program is now in the UK and Ireland.
Trelleborg launches dealer program in the UK
Trelleborg, Sweden

Trelleborg has officially launched its Trelleborg Professional Centre (TPC) program in the UK and Ireland.
The program, which comprises 28 key agricultural tyre specialists, will provide a specialised network of dealers supplying Trelleborg’s complete range of agricultural tyres, training and sales support.
Trelleborg Wheel Systems UK marketing manager Bruce Lauder says 28 of the company’s UK customers were selected as TPC partners after a stringent process that considered their technical and service capabilities and commitment to providing the agricultural industry with value-adding solutions.

Hyster to offer Seegrid AGV technology
Greenville, NC, United States

The Hyster forklift brand of publicly traded Hyster-Yale Materials Handling Inc plans to begin offering vision-guided automated guided vehicle (AGV) technology from Seegrid Corp. The Yale brand announced its Seegrid alliance in March.
The Guided by Seegrid technology will allow Hyster Co to increase the intelligence of its forklift trucks with the system, which delivers smart navigation without the need for wires, lasers or tape like other AGVs.
"The toughness of our Hyster products is matched only by their complementary intelligence to deliver a high level of overall value to our customers," says Brett Schemerhorn, vice president of marketing for Greenville-based Hyster.
Hyster expects the Guided by Seegrid technology to help reduce the total cost of ownership for certain forklift truck fleets, offsetting labour needs and enabling redeployment of current employees to value-added roles.

Intermodal Asia’s successful launch
Shanghai, China

Intermodal Asia, the inaugural expo for the container and logistics industry, which was held at the Shanghai World Expo Centre on 1-3 April, has been deemed a success.
Speakers at the official opening ceremony included the chairman of the China Container Industry Association (CCIA), Mai Bo Liang; Qian Yongchang, chairman of China Communications and Transport Association; Zhou Yu Peng, deputy director of Shanghai Services Federation; and Rong Jian Ying, secretary-general of China Federation of Industrial Economics.
Intermodal Asia was organised by Informa Exhibitions in partnership with CCIA.
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