Industry recognised as an essential partner for market surveillance

Efficient and effective market surveillance is absolutely essential for the materials handling industry. Indeed, it ensures that a level playing field can be maintained for those companies that have made sizeable investments to be compliant with a variety of EU legal requirements. In addition, it is necessary to achieve the EU regulatory objectives in terms… Read more »

Outdoor Noise Directive review: FEM comments on ‘inception impact assessment’

In the context of the Outdoor Noise Directive (OND) review, FEM issued comments on the European Commission’s ‘inception impact assessment’. FEM supports a full revision of the OND, including the alignment with the New Legislative Framework and the conversion into a Regulation. This is one of the three policy options suggested by the European Commission…. Read more »

New technical guide on the cycle time calculation for automated vehicle storage and retrieval systems

The FEM Intralogistic Systems Product Group published a technical guide on the cycle time calculation for automated vehicle storage and retrieval systems. This new technical recommendation aims to estimate the possible number of cycles per time achievable with an automated vehicle storage and retrieval system. The recommendation focuses on storage and retrieval systems for units… Read more »

Calling on young talent to ‘Deliver, Tomorrow’

Together with 6 partner companies, FEM is pleased to announce the launch of ‘The Smart Logistics Challenge’ – an initiative designed to connect with university students by giving them the chance to put forward their ideas on the most exciting trends transforming the industry. The materials handling industry has been a silent hero in our… Read more »

Calling on young talent to ‘Deliver, Tomorrow’