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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 ( #753 )
ICHCA launches safety award London, United Kingdom The cargo handling industry's representative body has launched a safety award to highlight innovation in improving safety standards in cargo logistics around the world. The inaugural award will be presented at a special reception during the ICHCA International Conference in Barcelona on 1 March. ICHCA International chairman David Bendall says the world's supply chains are becoming ever-more complex and developing rapidly in new locations. "The demands on our cargo-handling infrastructure and operations are increasing and safety above all must not be compromised. We are keen, therefore, that participation in our initiative be industry-wide. The award is open to all those - an individual, team or company - involved in cargo logistics." Entrants must show that a product, idea, solution, process, scheme or other innovation has resulted in a demonstrable improvement to safety. Empirical evidence or corroborative support to establish enhanced safety in a defined situation or solution to an issue must be presented. The submission must be original and will be likely to have applications in wider industry circumstances, where appropriate. The deadline for entries is Friday 12 February 2016 and full details of the entry process and judging criteria can be found here.
Acccess4U puts rentals online
Acccess4U puts rentals online
Riwal launches online rental tool Wommelgem, Belgium Aerial work platform and telehandler rental and sales specialist Riwal has launched Access4U, an online rental management tool. Riwal's Access4U portal provides customers an easier way of doing business with Riwal. Customers have real-time insight of their specific rental information such as current rentals and rental history, invoices and machine safety certification 24 hours per day. Not only can customers view the exact location of their machines on rent with the track and trace functionality, but they can also arrange new rentals through the portal. Access4U is available to customers in the Netherlands, Denmark and France in their local language, with other countries to follow in the first quarter of 2016.