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  • Experiencing the world of intralogistics up close

    06 April 2016
    On 9 May 2016, Linde Material Handling will be hosting for the time its “World of Material Handling (WoMH)”, a customer event that is unique throughout the industry. Under the motto “Linked Perspectives”, this year the focus will be on major future issues such as networking, automation, customisation and energy systems. ...more
  • Saving fuel hand in hand with high performance

    06 April 2016
    With twelve new diesel and LPG trucks in the 5 to 8-tonne load capacity range, Linde Material Handling has raised the remaining vehicles of its 39X series to the advanced EVO standard. The customers, who mainly come from the beverage, construction materials and paper industry as well as from the foundry sector, can now benefit from up to 20 percent fuel savings compared to the previous version. ...more
  • Linde MH Supervisory Board extends contract of Chief Operating Officer Sabine Neuß

    06 April 2016
    The Supervisory Board of Linde Material Handling GmbH has extended the contract of Sabine Neuß (47), Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Linde Material Handling, by four years to the end of 2020. She will continue to be responsible for production in Linde Material Handling’s plants in Europe. ...more
  • Linde Material Handling extends its range of robotic industrial trucks

    06 April 2016
    Linde Material Handling will be launching two new models from its innovative Linde-MATIC robotic truck series in time for the LogiMAT trade fair. The Linde T-MATIC pallet truck and the Linde L-MATIC AC counterbalance pallet stacker will complement the current range on offer. Linde’s goal for the medium term is to offer one robotic version for each of its major product series, in cooperation with French robotic specialist Balyo. ...more
  • Modular powerhouse for heavy loads

    12 February 2016
    Linde’s new heavy diesel forklift trucks HT100Ds to HT180Ds with hydrodynamic drive are the second series in the load capacity range between 10 and 18 tonnes that Linde Material Handling (Linde) is offering its customers as an alternative to the hydrostatic drive concept. The compact trucks set new standards in their weight class in terms of comfort, safety, operational efficiency and ease of maintenance. ...more
  • Sustainability management as a programme for the future

    12 February 2016
    Linde Material Handling, a leading global manufacturer of forklift and warehouse trucks, published its first sustainability report in late 2015 at The report follows the G4 Guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and is now also available as a printed publication. It describes the impact of Linde Material Handling’s business activities on society and the environment. The sustainability management system, introduced as a pilot project throughout the KION Group in 2015, provided the substantive basis for the publication, along with the associated sustainability strategy. As part of this strategy, Linde Material Handling specified its goals, initial measures and corresponding key performance indicators. ...more
  • Lithium-ion batteries on the advance

    12 February 2016
    Since the introduction of lithium-ion (Li-ion) technology to Linde Material Handling’s (MH) product portfolio, these maintenance-free batteries have proven their worth in a wide spectrum of applications, including the cold storage and food logistics sectors, for example. Due to the positive response from the market, the company is now offering a significantly expanded range. ...more
  • Radar sensors set the pace

    12 February 2016
    The transition space between the indoor and outdoor areas of logistics centres and production halls is usually a safety-critical zone. Outdoors forklift drivers quickly accelerate their vehicles to top speed. Upon returning, they should reduce their speed in good time to bring their cargo safely to its destination and to protect all employees in the work environment. The “Linde SpeedAssist” supports both the drivers and the warehouse and logistics managers in charge of this task. ...more
  • Hydrogen technology recommends itself as an alternative drive for the future

    12 February 2016
    The BMW Group, Linde Material Handling and the fml Institute of Technical University Munich (TUM) yesterday presented the results of their H2IntraDrive project conducted at the BMW Group’s plant in Leipzig. The most important conclusion of the research report is that the jointly developed hydrogen drive for industrial trucks, which has proven its worth in practical use over about two years, is already marketable and under certain conditions provides an economical solution. ...more
  • Linde to host second "World of Material Handling" customer event in 2016

    12 February 2016
    Linde Material Handling has decided to stage the successful trade show format again with a focus on increasingly networked, digitised and automated in-house logistics. Visitors to the WOMH 2016 will be able to discover and experience for themselves the benefits of products and services. During the "World of Material Handling", numerous partner companies will present their solutions, providing added information value for visitors. The multi-week exhibition will be in mid-May, the venue is conveniently located in the Rhine-Main area near Frankfurt Airport. ...more

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