Comprehensive coverage of energy efficient technologies for sustainability in warehousing including lighting, climate control, hybrid lift trucks, conveyors and packaging.
Posted 08/30 · 11:53 AM · MMH Editorial
Nissan Forklift Corporation earned California Air Resources Board (CARB) certification for its 2012 model year, large spark-ignited engines, making it the first forklift manufacturer to gain certification for its own line of industrial engines.
Posted 08/30 · 07:51 AM · LM Editorial
Clean Energy Fuels Corp., the largest provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America, said it will be the beneficiary of a cumulative $150 million investment as part of an effort to boost the United States natural gas vehicle sector.
Posted 08/25 · 07:25 AM · MMH Editorial
IKEA’s new DC employs a global warehouse design and best practices to serve a growing regional market.
Posted 08/18 · 12:28 PM · MMH Editorial
The company is introducing a one-year warranty with no hour limits on all major components of an Encore lift truck.
Posted 08/15 · 08:14 AM · LM Editorial
As the Environmental Protection Agency takes more time to finalize its proposed ozone standard, shippers question if this action is really necessary at all
Posted 08/10 · 12:23 PM · MMH Editorial
The Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA) has been re-accredited as a developer of American National Standards by American National Standards Institute (ANSI) following a regular audit of the association's standards administration operations.
Posted 08/10 · 06:56 AM · MMH Editorial
The new committee includes experienced members of the reusable packaging industry, including three presidents of leading companies.
Posted 08/04 · 09:30 PM · MMH Editorial
The new plastic grocery pallet from ORBIS is designed for better truckload utilization, increased shipping efficiency, long service life
Posted 08/02 · 05:59 AM · LM Editorial
This tool enables shippers to choose from various certified reports to get a clear handle on the main drivers of carbon emissions from the transportation modes used for pickup and delivery emissions in their supply chains
Posted 08/01 · 10:52 AM · LM Editorial
If natural gas continues to be significantly less expensive than diesel, it would make sense that some portion of the transportation sector would convert from diesel to natural gas. But in doing so, demand for diesel would decline relative to demand for natural gas—and this would cause price convergence. How are are we from this reality?