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  • Hull Based MKM Leisure Focus On Compliance With New Build

    Monday 4 July 2016
    Hull based MKM Leisure focus on compliance with new build from Martin Williams (Hull), one of the UK's leading commercial vehicle bodybuilders. Guardian Load Restraint enables MKM to quickly & easily secure the load to BS 12195, prevents loss of straps, working from height and throwing over the load. Opting ... [more]
  • First International Sales Co-ordinator Appointed At Loadhog

    Monday 20 June 2016
    In response to sustained and expanding overseas business for its innovative range of returnable transit packaging (RTP) the Sheffield-based manufacturer, Loadhog, has taken on its first international sales co-ordinator.   Already contributing her language skills to the multi award-winning company is Sheffield-born Sarah Cottingham, who has lived and tutored abroad.     Equipped with a ... [more]
  • Loadhog Demonstrates Its Commitment To Being A Good Neighbour

    Thursday 19 May 2016
    Loadhog, Sheffield’s returnable packaging innovator, has demonstrated its commitment to the community by donating £1,200 to a charity currently focussing on improving the lives of young people in the S9 area where the company is based.   Matt Payne (r) is pictured with Nick Gill   The Include Foundation supports vulnerable young people in ... [more]
  • Loadhog Continues To Drive Supply Chain Savings In The Automotive Industry

    Monday 16 May 2016
    Now its fastest growing market, Loadhog has offered wide-ranging supply chain savings to the global automotive industry since 2013 through its innovative packaging and handling systems.     UK-based Loadhog is committed to providing packaging systems which go beyond being simply re-usable. The company has an in-depth understanding of automotive supply chains, and ... [more]
  • Loadhog Donation Extends The Life Of City Community Café

    Thursday 31 March 2016
    The sales and marketing coordinator at Loadhog, Sheffield’s transit packaging innovator, has given up many of her Saturday lunchtimes to help out at a community café serving the city’s vulnerable, and this time she handed over a £1,200 donation from her employer.   Naomi (r) is pictured with Maria Adcock and Jonners ... [more]