YOUR FOCUS Industry Blogs

Here is a list of our in-depth feature articles, written by the News team based on interviews with industry experts about latest business trends, new technologies and challenges.
This page lists industry blogs written by our members. You will find expert information, advice and opinions.
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Your Focus 3 minute read
Alexander Baal: Managing the peaks and troughs of demand
21 May 2020
Alexander Baal explains how the flexibility offered through forklift rental can support businesses in managing peaks and troughs.
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Your Focus 4 minute read
Jon Divers: The Collaborative Warehouse
14 May 2020
Jon Divers highlights the importance for organisations to embrace a smart workforce to gain improved efficiency and productivity in the warehouse.
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Your Focus 2 minute read
Ramesh Chauhan: Maintaining equipment during lockdown
30 April 2020
With many organisations shutting down in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ramesh Chauhan offers some tips on maintaining your equipment during the lockdown.
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Your Focus 4 minute read
Leigh Anderson: Who will manage dramatic logistics change?
23 April 2020
A critical need for a further 60,000 home delivery drivers is just one concern in the current logistics challenge, according to Leigh Anderson.
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Safety First 3 minute read
Stuart Taylor: Do your staff need conversion training?
16 April 2020
Stuart Taylor explains how to get more out of your training budget while staying safe and compliant.
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Your Focus 5 minute read
Justin Forbes: Are lithium batteries a good investment?
9 April 2020
Purchasing a forklift battery is an important investment. The question for many companies, according to Justin Forbes, is whether their choice is a good investment.
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Your Focus 6 minute read
Bill Huettl: Five tips to reduce forklift service calls
2 April 2020
As part of a materials handling dealer and service centre serving thousands of customers in the American Midwest, Bill Huettl has seen many different types of forklift problems in the workshop.
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Safety First 5 minute read
Danny Maron: Goldilocks and forklift speed
26 March 2020
We often get questions about the correct speed for forklift operations, so we turned to Danny Maron.
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Your Focus 4 minute read
Tim Waples: How to avoid an acrimonious ending
12 March 2020
FLTA chief executiveTim Waples has seen his share of disputes over end-of-term contracts. Here he offers some practical ways to help avoid acrimony.
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Your Focus 7 minute read
Chris Randle: Reduce equipment-related risks and liabilities
27 February 2020
Chris Randle advocates the use of secure RFID access control solutions to minimise risks.
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The tallest people in the world live in the Netherlands. The average height for Dutch men is 183cm (6ft), while women average 171cm (5ft 7in). According to military records, the average male height in the Netherlands has risen by 20cm in the last 200 years.
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Frankfurt, Germany KION is anticipating strong growth for the global materials handling market in 2021 as economic conditions improve. The increasing buoyancy of the supply chain solutions...
Airdrie, United Kingdom Hiab will supply MV Commercial in the UK with 100 light, medium and heavy range loader cranes equipped with HiConnect. The deal is worth over...

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Fact of the week

The tallest people in the world live in the Netherlands. The average height for Dutch men is 183cm (6ft), while women average 171cm (5ft 7in). According to military records, the average male height in the Netherlands has risen by 20cm in the last 200 years.
Spider Statue in Yerevan, Armenia
Destruction from Armenia's 1988 earthquake inspired an artist's sculptures of scrap metal.
Dallas, TX, United States Narrow Aisle Ltd has announced a significant investment in the USA and Canada as it seeks to further develop the global distribution of its Flexi...
Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom Logistics UK, in association with City & Guilds, has expanded capacity for its Transport Manager CPC qualification. This will enable applicants and holders of standard goods...

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Fact of the week

The tallest people in the world live in the Netherlands. The average height for Dutch men is 183cm (6ft), while women average 171cm (5ft 7in). According to military records, the average male height in the Netherlands has risen by 20cm in the last 200 years.
Spider Statue in Yerevan, Armenia
Destruction from Armenia's 1988 earthquake inspired an artist's sculptures of scrap metal.