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FLTA creates online resource for latest COVID-related information

In light of an ever-changing landscape for all those in the materials handling and logistics sectors, the Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) has created a dedicated section of its website for information on COVID-19. Developed to provide clear, concise guidance, the COVID-19 Resource Centre will deliver up-to-the- minute and highly focused content with links to in-depth source …

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Logistics – Keeping goods moving

In these uncertain times one of the industries that is keeping the UK moving is logistics. Only a few months ago the focus for our industry was whether we could cope with the demands of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas. Now, we are facing a global crisis and our people are playing a key …

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Kernow HR Monthly Newsletter – January 2020

The latest Kernow HR Monthly Newsletter is now available in the Member’s Area. This month’s issue covers what’s on the horizon for 2020, ‘hidden reasons’ for dismissing an employee, and good HR practice. Read the bulletin here.

BITA and FLTA announce merger plans

In what could lead to one of the most significant developments in recent years within the materials handling industry, the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA) and Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) have agreed to explore plans for a potential merger.

FLTA addresses latest queries from public

As the leading UK authority on forklift matters, the Fork Lift Truck Association is often the go-to place for members of the public with pressing lift truck queries.

Amvar Group takes it to the next level

When Amvar Group, TCM dealer for the West Midlands, became a Member of the Fork Lift Truck Association in 2015, the company was keen to reflect its status as a professional, high-quality supplier and service provider.

A bright future

With new technologies and evolving consumer behaviours driving rapid change, there will be many opportunities for the lift truck market to thrive over the next few years, says Tim Waples, Chief Executive of the Fork Lift Truck Association.

Moving industry forward

Tim Waples, the newly appointed Chief Executive of the Fork Lift Truck Association, reflects on the challenges facing the industry today.

Automation in industry: a twin track to the future

With Industry 4.0 becoming more and more prevalent in the industry, the uptake of new technologies can look very different from business to business. FLTA Chief Executive Tim Waples explains the realities of the situation.

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