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Successful TCS&D show returns to its roots

TCS&D 2019 takes place on 25 & 26 June at the East of England Arena


aking place for the fifth time, the bi-annual Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D)

Exhibition & Conference is returning to its original location at the East of England Arena in Peterborough. Interest in the UK’s only dedicated event for the cold

storage and distribution sector is already hotting up. “We’re delighted to have secured the support of a number of key trade associations,” said Exhibition Director, Martyn Cogan, “including the British Frozen Food Federation, the Food Storage & Distribution Federation, the Freight Transport Association, the Road Haulage Association and the Institute of Refrigeration.”

For more details on the TCS&D Exhibition & Conference, visit

TCS&D Events Ltd  01732 868288 

Hultafors Group UK Ltd

e offer security, cleaning, catering and a range of specialist services that we can tailor to meet your requirements. But it’s the way that we tailor our service delivery that sees

us consistently scoring above 98% on our audit scores. We know that maintaining safety and cleanliness in any

working environment is critical, particularly in manufacturing plants. Yet, we also understand that achieving these must always enhance efficiency, boost staff morale and never disrupt operations. Our ongoing partnership with RS Components sees us working as an extension to their team as part of their

culture, delivering in line with their processes and optimising production. And we hope to do the same for you too. To discuss how we can help you overcome the challenges in your plant get in touch today.

TC Facilities Management (TCFM)  01737 814 016 

Snickers’ NEW Street-Smart Stretch Trousers For Maximum Mobility on Site


hese NEW slim-fit stretch trousers deliver extreme working comfort. Hi-tech fabrics and body-mapping designs in the NEW FlexiWork SoftShell

Trousers from Snickers Workwear ensure maximum working mobility wherever you are. The brand new 4-way stretch comfort fabrics integrated into these Work Trousers deliver enhanced freedom of movement as well as improved ventilation and overall comfort. With great fit and superb value for money, they also have a slimmer

tailored fit for better all-round looks and protection against snagging, plus Armortex Kevlar reinforced stretch fabricin the KneeGuard Pro System for greater flexibility, comfort and durability. So check out these and the other Stretch Garments from Snickers Workwear – the optimal choice for craftsmen and women who need to get every job done comfortably on site.

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Leader Distribution’s ‘Wish List’ Loading ramp becomes a Thorworld reality


ational and global distribution and storage specialist Leader Distribution Ltd, has announced that it has finally

acquired the extra space it needs to install its long-coveted Thorworld Loading ramp. Operating from two major warehouses both located close to

the M62 & M1 motorways - midway between Manchester and Leeds-Leader Distribution has been successfully supplying storage solutions and distribution services to its international client base since 1999.

With customers including the world’s largest supplier of textile dyestuffs, Leader Distribution uses the services of

well-established transport carriers for both parcel and pallet deliveries, however up until now, has been unable to facilitate containers with pallets at its warehouses due to limited space.

Thorworld Industries Ltd  01246 260493 

green packaging technology in 2018, resulting in 122,125 new trees being saved in the 12-month period, its highest ever annual figure. Easypack’s packaging technology produces 100% recycled, 100% recyclable and 100% biodegradable paper packaging, which is also pH neutral and fully certified to ensure that it is 100% recycled and traceable to source. The paper also complies with EU legislation on the Restriction of use of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), and Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals (REACH).

Green packaging trend gaining momentum Easypack’s green packaging technology has been manufactured in the UK for over 25 years, with the sole aim of providing customers with an environmentally friendly packaging alternative to plastic or non-degradable packaging mediums.

Pregis Ltd  01438 740649 24 MARCH 2019 | MATERIALS HANDLING & LOGISTICS 

Leading green packaging specialists save a record 122,125 trees P

regis Limited, supplier of Easypack®, the UK’s leading brand of eco-friendly packaging solutions, has announced a further year on year growth in sales of

Balmoral Tanks stores up the

ideal loading dock solution for purpose-built site from Thorworld Industries.

latest organisations to streamline and control its loading operation with the addition of bespoke loading dock equipment, designed and manufactured by Thorworld Industries. The global water, wastewater and processing storage


solution specialist, which is a division of Balmoral Group Holdings Ltd., is based in Thurnscoe, South Yorkshire, and is an established authority in the creation of sectional and cylindrical tanks, manufactured using a basis of either steel or concrete, and constructed using in the region of up to 400 tank sheets which can be erected in situ. Serving client sectors including civil engineering,

fire-fighting, potable/non-potable water, anaerobic digestion, biofuel, biomass, wastewater treatment, desalination and drainage, Balmoral Tanks has become a reputable name in its field.

Thorworld Industries Ltd  01246 260493 


eading European tank design and manufacturing company, Balmoral Tanks, has become one of the

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