Allan Leibowitz introduces news edition #916

Inside Forkliftaction
- 28 Mar 2019 ( #916 )
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Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
More and more people are using our Machinery-onQ platform for equipment trading. Those users will notice a number of improvements which were introduced this week. They include new-look forms which are far easier to use. For example, listing a piece of equipment is now a two-step operation - far more efficient than the previous five steps. We have also made the platform totally portable, and you can now manage your listings from your phone or tablet, just as you would from your computer. We hope you benefit from the changes and invite those who haven't yet tried Machinery-onQ to give it a go.
Derbyshire, United Kingdom MasterMover has unveiled a major investment in its industrial product range with the launch of the SmartMover SM200+, offering a pull and push movement for loads of up to...
Twinsburg, OH, United States Ravas has restructured its operating in the Americas and added field development support. As part of its strategic plan and commitment to the development of the Americas territories, Ravas...

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Liverpool, United Kingdom One of the UK’s leading equipment rental firms has invested in a fleet of brand new JCB rotating telehandlers in a deal worth more than GBP5 million (USD6.13 million...
Derbyshire, United Kingdom MasterMover has unveiled a major investment in its industrial product range with the launch of the SmartMover SM200+, offering a pull and push movement for loads of up to...

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London, United Kingdom End-users of lifting equipment have been conscripted to join in the third Global Lifting Awareness Day on 7 July. Organisers stress that the battle with gravity is essential to...
Mannheim, Germany Linde Material Handling has hosted ‘several thousand’ customers and prospects from around the world at its World of Material Handling (WoMH) event in Mannheim. Over an area of 17,000...

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We wrap up our LogiMAT coverage this week with a report on the overwhelming issue on the minds of everyone at the event in Stuttgart - the impact of supply chain disruptions and component shortages.
We heard of manufacturers with thousands of incomplete forklifts in their factories, most just waiting for
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