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- Landshire Sandwiches Rolls With Insulated Vans. // Food Logistics;Nov/Dec2009, Issue 118, p8
The article reports that Landshire Sandwiches has partnered with CSTK to develop the Sprinter vans, which are insulated vehicles that offer improved fuel performance and quality temperature control. Joseph Trover, chief executive officer (CEO) of the Belleville, Illinois-based sandwich maker,...
- PANDORA'S BOX. Maughan, Tim // Commercial Motor;9/9/2004, Vol. 200 Issue 5096, p48
Discusses the issues linked with the use of vans in the transportation business. Problems faced by truck operators; Information on the equipment needed by a van used for transportation purposes; Factors to consider before choosing vans over trucks.
- HIGHWAYMAN. // Motor Transport;7/21/2005, p15
Presents news briefs on the commercial vehicle industry in Great Britain as of July 21, 2005. Criticism received by the government for the cancellation of the Lorry Road User Charge scheme; Attitude of public relation companies towards the preparation of the publisher for the distribution of...
- Getting A Better Handle On Lift Truck Lifespans. Barrese, Robert // Food Logistics;4/15/2003, Issue 58, p36
Presents information on lift trucks used in warehouses. Significance of the type of vehicle and its application to the lifespan of lift trucks; Harsh environments for lift trucks; Examples of programs offered by lift truck manufacturers to help track and evaluate the lift trucks of their customers.
- Flexibility, precision slicing drive Landshire growth. // National Provisioner;Oct2010, Vol. 224 Issue 10, p63
The article presents the statement from Joe Trover Jr., the chief executive officer (CEO) and owner of Landshire Sandwiches, regarding the significance of Weber 402 slicers to the company's growth.
- Bigger, faster. Cassidy, Willam; Hoffman, William // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);6/23/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p27
In this article, the author discusses the use of technology by truck operators in the U.S. to speed goods through distribution channels. The author attributes the trend to the proliferation of warehouses. He notes that warehouse providers are investing in technologies they will need to complete...
- Terror alert snarls New York distribution. // Refrigerated Transporter;Aug2004, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p26
Reports that the August 1, 2004 terror alert snarled the distribution of goods to New York City. Delay due to police scrutiny of delivery trucks; Distributors' access to the city through Long Island and New Jersey; Program of random vehicles distribution.
- TIP TOP WORKHORSE. // Truck & Driver;Nov2013, p36
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of spending a day aboard the Volvo FM tipper together with a driver who will get limestone-based products in a quarry in Wales for delivery.
- Member News. // Logistics & Transport Focus;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p21
The Road Haulage and Distribution Training Council is developing new national occupational standards for road haulage and distribution occupations, and wants the industry in Great Britain to help. The standards will support vocational education, training and qualifications for the industry. The...