Whisky casks offer a unique and important materials handling challenge by the very nature of their variable size and shape. As an essential part of the whisky production process, finding safe and efficient means of moving barrels during the drain and fill process is a materials handling challenge.
Britvic uploads almost 100,000 aluminium cans from pallets onto each of three new canning lines per hour at the company’s upgraded Rugby production site.
An upgrade to London Underground Limited’s (LUL) One Person Operation (OPO) system was delivered in 2011 on the Bakerloo Line between Harrow & Wealdstone and Queen’s Park stations
L.B. Foster Telecoms worked with Imtech, the engineering services, technical facilities management and systems integration specialists. The Detailed Design Deliverable was a Network Rail GRIP stage 5 document based on Network Rail’s Governance for Railway Investment Projects (GRIP).
Fifteen of London Underground Limited’s rail depots and sidings have undergone a major programme of capital investment to improve safety for staff and increase the security of assets. Improvements are the result of a number of incidents involving intruders that have compromised site and individual safety.
Willeseden Track Maintenance Depot & Satallite Sidings Kenton, South Kenton, Harlesden & Stonebridge Park
An upgrade to London Underground Limited’s (LUL) One Person Operation (OPO) system was delivered in 2011 on the Bakerloo Line between Harrow & Wealdstone and Queen’s Park stations, including Kenton, South Kenton, Harlesden and Stonebridge Park.
L.B. Foster Telecoms were contracted by infrastructure specialist J Murphy & Sons, on behalf of Arriva Rail London, to deliver station upgrade and refurbishment works in compliance with specifications detailed by London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL).