SOUTHBOROUGH, MA — Protonex Technology Corporation (LSE: AIM: PTX and PTXU), a leading provider of advanced fuel cell power systems, today announces that it has partnered with UltraCell Corporation, a producer of portable... Read more about Protonex and UltraCell Partner to Develop and Market New Portable Power Solutions
McCONNELLSBURG, PA — JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company [NYSE: OSK], announced the signing of a new licensing agreement with Stone America Licensing, one of the world’s leading licensing firms, and Suarez... Read more about JLG Launches New “Ultra Boom 2” Driver
Ford Focusing on Noise Reduction and Ergonomic Solutions In the Factory
The Ford Motor Company has chosen Caster Concepts’ CasterShoX product line as the specified caster for line delivery carts in the revised Ford Cuautitlán... Read more about Ford Motor Company Concerned About Workers Health
The Rental Show will return to New Orleans, with the 2012 Show scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 5, through Wednesday, Feb. 8, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. This new location replaces previously scheduled dates in Atlanta.
The Warehousing Education and Research Council announces that its business hours will be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central) effective August 3, 2009.
"We know that longer hours when WERC staff are available by phone and email means that... Read more about WERC Extends Business Hours
BLOOMFIELD, CT — Prophesy Transportation Solutions, Inc., an Accellos company, provider of trucking and logistics software solutions to the transportation industry, today released a case study of motor carrier and brokerage Spartan Logistics,... Read more about Prophesy Releases Case Study of Customer: Spartan Logistics
Manufacturers and wholesalers are starting to see positive signs for economic recovery, according to the third annual RSM McGladrey Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution National Survey. Forty-six percent of respondents say they expect their... Read more about Manufacturers and Wholesalers Expect Late 2009 or Early 2010 Recovery, Survey Finds
Recent purchases and commitments from big-name corporations and the U.S. government for fuel cell-powered forklifts are providing a major lift to the industry, according to Fuel Cells 2000, a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC.... Read more about Material Handling Giving Fuel Cell Industry A Lift
DALLAS, TX — In a bid to help improve the environmental efficiency of the thousands of Paragon planned trucks around the world, Paragon Software Systems has added a new Carbon Minimizer option to its routing, scheduling and... Read more about Paragon's Carbon Minimizer Cuts Truck Emissions and Gas Costs
BLOOMFIELD, CT — Prophesy Transportation Solutions, Inc., an Accellos company, a provider of trucking and logistics software solutions to the transportation industry, has added a new Training and Implementation Consultant to... Read more about Prophesy Adds Training and Implementation Consultant to Professional Services Team
Focusing on Growing Ergonomic Injuries, Amer. Soc. of Safety Engineers' Central FL Chapter to Host Conference in OrlandoJuly 22, 2009
ORLANDO, FL — In order to help organizations develop proactive approaches to identify and reduce exposure to risk factors that cause work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), the American Society of Safety Engineers’... Read more about Focusing on Growing Ergonomic Injuries, Amer. Soc. of Safety Engineers' Central FL Chapter to Host Conference in Orlando
WASHINGTON D.C. — The U.S. International Trade Commission issued a unanimous finding that there is a reasonable indication of material injury to the U.S. industry producing wire decking caused by unfairly traded imports from... Read more about Wire Decking from China Injuring U.S. Industry, Says ITC in Preliminary Trade Case Decision