The SpotMe safety system was designed to guard against collisions at 'blind' intersections within a warehouse. It can guard against both forklift-to-forklift and forklift-pedestrian collisions.
The Epirez Supatuff FG (Food Grade) flooring product helped a Queensland food processing plant meet all its legal requirements for safety and hygiene.
Murray Goulburn Co-operative has engaged engineering consultancy pitt&sherry to design two state-of-the-art pasteurised milk processing plants as part of its $120 million development of two greenfield sites.
The durable PM-102-SS stainless steel keyboard is completely sealed and designed to meet NEMA 4X and IP66 specifications. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -20 to +60°C.
DMF supplies the Efaflex STR High Speed Door, which it claims is the fastest in the world, with an option to open at 4 m/s. The doors are custom manufactured in Germany and can be made to suit openings up to 6 x 7 m.
MBD99 desiccant from Australian Warehouse Solutions can protect container shipments by keeping cargo dry. The clay-based desiccant comes in a variety of sizes to protect shipments in boxes or individual pallets, through to full container loads.
Wiley has signed a contract with Cerebos Australia to expand and refurbish its warehouse at Seven Hills in Sydney. The upgrade will provide Cerebos with a larger, optimised warehouse space and address current logistics, safety and storage issues.
Around 700 million people in Africa and Asia rely on yams and cassava for food and income. But harvesting these staple crops isn’t easy: losses during harvesting and processing are exceptionally high, at 60% for yams and 30% for cassava.
Global Fresh Foods has sent its first commercial sea shipment of fresh fish to Tokyo from Chile using its fuel-cell based oxygen management system. The shipment will spend up to 33 days at sea before arriving in Japan.
In South Africa, Durban’s moist and warm climate is an attraction for tourists but caused problems at Chester Wholesale Meat. The moist tropical air kept moving inwards from the truck loading area and condensing in the holding dispatch section, which is kept at 10˚C. In addition to blinding mist, large amounts of condensation on the meat product, walls and floor caused a slippery build-up of water and provided a potential hazard for the workforce. This became so problematic that the area earned the nickname ‘the fish tank’.
To combat global food waste, Maersk Container Industry (MCI) has joined the United Nations’ SAVE FOOD initiative to help make international food logistics more efficient.
Alert24+ rodent traps are a pesticide-free system for remote monitoring and control of rodent pests. The traps communicate via an on-site base station to Adams’ secure Alert24+ servers.