Logistics are a vital element of any distributor’s business. Ann Laffeaty asks distributors how they manage to store, load and deliver their products in the most cost-efficient possible way in a marketplace that is becoming more competitive all the time.
The term ‘logistics’ originated in the late 19th century when it referred
Mopping is an arduous task and one that can take its toll on the arms, backs and shoulders of the operator. A look at the latest and most ergonomic mopping systems that have been designed with operator comfort in mind.
Mopping can be one of the most fatiguing of cleaning tasks. The manual act of mopping often requires the operator to stoop,
C?Zero is a cleaning system developed by cleaning services provider Facilicom that assesses the carbon emissions and impact of each element of the cleaning process in order to establish an accurate carbon footprint. The company is now offering this programme on its contracts and ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visited the London office of global
Shape mats, logo mats, anti-fatigue mats – these and other refinements of the simple entrance mat are becoming increasingly common. But is their appeal growing, or do most customers simply require a functional matting system that keeps the dirt off their floors?
Matting, like many other aspects of life today, is becoming increasingly
Don’t put your inflation-ravaged savings on it, but the broader EU economy looks to be emerging from recession! So how fit will your business be to reap the rewards when the upturn gets into full swing? Hartley Milner looks at ways some of the more forward-thinking players in the distribution sector are adapting to the new reality in their
Birds bring beauty into our lives and our gardens, but it can be a different story in towns and cities. Birds such as gulls and pigeons can cause extensive damage to buildings – but how can business owners deal with the problem in an ethical way?
John Dickson, managing director of NBC Bird & Pest Solutions, outlines some of the most