March Foods are a speciality, quality provider of contract manufacturing services and contract packaging. They are trusted by many of the Uks favourite brands to fill pots and pouches, bottles and sachets
With 118,000 square feet of production, warehousing and support services including 36 production bays, March Foods have a lot of products to move around and mostly it's by forklift truck. The new DloG DLT truck computers are helping manage the flow of goods to and from production and within the warehouse.
DLoG V8310 and V8312 now with Intel i5 dual core processor for top of the line performance.
August 31, 2015
The new DloG DLT Core i5 has the power to run any operating system or application, directly on the mobile computer. Powerful enough for ERP and WMS systems that use a full PC client of run the corporate security and anti-virus that kill lesser truck computers.
With up to 16Gb RAM and 128Gb solid state storage, the DTL is future proof. Packaged in an incredible shock and vibration proof shell and packed with Industrial Strength components that keep it stable, reliable and capable of withstanding extreme environmental conditions, including cold stores and freezers.
Chosen by some of the worlds largest manufacturing and logistics businesses to keep their 24/7 operations running non-stop, the DloG range of truck computers has an amazing track record for reliability.
Whitford Corporation install DLoG DLT V8310
July 05, 2015
Whitford Corporation is a world wide manufacturer of speciality coatings, from teflon cookware to automotive sealents. In their Warrington based fluoropolymer factory, Whitfords have installed DLoG V8310 truck computers to direct the movement of IBCs and palletised finished products in the warehouse.
The DLTs are running the full PC client for their IFS ERP system, allowing the fork truck drivers to receive instructions in real time. Improving efficiency and smoothing work-flow.
Michelin Tyres Future Proof their Operations With DLT Fork Truck Computers
May 31, 2015
Long-term DLoG fork truck computer user Michelin Tyres UK have made the decision to purchase the latest model in the DLoG fork truck computer range, to future proof their business.
The DLT-V8312 replaces older MPC units that have been in use by Michelin for many years, but were based on Windows XP. XP is no longer supported by Microsoft, so Michelin took the decision to replace the ageing but still working DLoG computers with the DLT V8312 which is powerful enough to run the latest Microsoft Operating systems now and in the future.