Linde Material Handling provide solution to improve safety on construction sites with new truck

Leading forklift truck manufacturer, Linde Material Handling has launched a new truck which has been designed to improve safety across construction sites.

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HAE MEMBERSHIP GIVES DIAMOND BLADES BUSINESS A CUTTING EDGE

The UK construction industry brings in billions of pounds of new work every month*. The sector relies on tool and equipment hire companies to deliver the kit needed to undertake these projects, so how can suppliers gain a competitive edge in such an important marketplace?

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Casella’s Guardian2 awarded Environmental Protection’s New Product of the Year

Casella, air sampling, noise and vibration specialist, has been recognised for its innovative Guardian2 Site Boundary Monitor winning Environmental Protection magazine’s New Product of the Year for Air Pollution Control.

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IDOM Paving the Way on Manchester School Project

Leading international engineering company, Idom Merebrook Ltd (IDOM), has started work on a project to clean up and regenerate sites for new academy buildings for two schools in Cheetham Hill, Manchester.
The £45 million programme, which is sponsored by the Department for Education, was established to address the needs of schools urgently requiring repair and to improve the overall standard of school buildings in the UK by creating environments which are conducive to learning.

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HIRE INDUSTRY ORGANISATION IN MAJOR OVERHAUL TO BOOST SERVICES

Hire Association Europe Limited Main Board has announced a major restructuring of its business operation to capitalise on the success of its SafeHire Certification scheme, optimise revenue and improve the efficiency of its training and recruitment services for the specialist tools, plant hire and event hire sector.

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Cygnus alarm system protects next phase of UK’s largest power station

Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, has been contracted to supply an additional 10 of its renowned wireless alarm systems to the next phase of the UK’s largest power station, Hinkley Point.

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VIDAR – A NEW SECURITY SOLUTION FOR THE HOUSEBUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES

Limitless Security, a leading provider of security solutions for the housebuilding and construction industries, has launched the VIDAR detector.  This standalone, wire-free security system combines motion detection with integrated image verification to help reduce the cost of break-ins, theft and vandalism.  VIDAR is a key part of Limitless Security’s new fixed cost, fully managed service which takes away the headaches and hassles involved in installing, managing and maintaining security equipment on building sites.

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Bull showcases upgraded Cygnus range at FIREX International

Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, is preparing to showcase its range of innovative products at FIREX International – an annual event that connects over 17,000 fire safety professionals from across the globe.

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Free interactive viewable data layers launched on Promap v2

Landmark Information has announced the launch of a host of brand new features that enable property developers, architects, surveyors, and other land and property professionals, to instantly view interactive data layers on the brand new Promap v2, for free.

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BigChange Gives a Lift to Gartec’s Platform Servicing

Gartec, the supplier and installer of passenger platform lifts, has transformed its business with a single IT system that provides end-to-end digital working, eliminating paperwork using mobile devices.  With the 5 in 1 system from BigChange, Gartec field service engineers use smartphones or tablets connected in real-time to cloud-based software that manages the entire business process, from initial call to closure and invoicing.

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