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UltraTech 8016 Ultra-Pop Up Pool Plus, 150 Gallon Capacity, 144″ Length x 58″ Width x 5″ Height – Sale

UltraTech 8016 Ultra-Pop Up Pool Plus, 150 Gallon Capacity, 144

UltraTech 8016 Ultra-Pop Up Pool Plus, 150 Gallon Capacity, 144″ Length x 58″ Width x 5″ Height


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$ 126.00

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$ 102.96


  • Stores efficiently inside spill kits, under/behind seats or in tool boxes
  • Opens and is ready to respond in seconds, minimizes spillage and exposure of hazardous material to the environment
  • Excellent chemical resistance, including diesel fuel, antifreeze, acids, caustics and corrosives
  • Helps minimize environmental damage and related clean-up costs
  • Excellent for response to damaged saddle tanks and cross-over lines, hazmat spills, leaking containers, machinery and piping

UltraTech Ultra-Pop Up Pool Plus simply unfold the pool and open the Bladder Compartment, the bladder will automatically expand/unfurl as the liquid level in the pool rises. Stores efficiently inside spill kits, under/behind seats or in tool boxes. Opens and is ready to respond in seconds, minimizes spillage and exposure of hazardous material to the environment. Excellent chemical resistance, including diesel fuel, antifreeze, acids, caustics and corrosives. Helps minimize environmental damage and related clean-up costs. Excellent for response to damaged saddle tanks and cross-over lines, hazmat spills, leaking containers, machinery and piping. Deployed measures 144-inches length x 58-inches width x 5-inches height.

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Bunzl chooses DHL Global Forwarding to keep essentials flowing to Australia and New Zealand

  • DHL to consolidate and ship 1,000 TEUs of Bunzl products, ranging from food packaging to linen and amenities, to 12 distribution centers across urban and rural Australia and New Zealand each year

SHANGHAI, CHINA – Media OutReach 1 – July 17, 2018 – International distribution and outsourcing Group, Bunzl plc, has selected DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, to manage the consolidation and export of up to 1,000 TEUs of their shipments from the DHL Consolidation Center in Shanghai, China, to Bunzl’s 12 Distribution Centers across Australia and New Zealand. Through this partnership with DHL International Supply Chain (ISC), a part of DHL Global Forwarding, DHL will implement the DHL ISC CORE solution at its bonded Container Freight Station (CFS) in the Lingang Logistics Area, which is near Shanghai’s Yangshan port in China. The DHL ISC CORE solution allows for easy Purchase Order management, real time shipment visibility, consolidation and export customs handling in China .

The International Supply Chain team also provides a “pick and pack” service, picking out products from Bunzl’s various vendors, and re-packing them with other items, depending on the requirements. This enables Bunzl to streamline the consolidation and export of cargo ranging from food packaging to linen and amenities, into key cities Down Under including — Adelaide, Auckland, Darwin, Perth and Sydney . DHL Global Forwarding also offers Bunzl 24/7 visibility of its inventory level at its Shanghai consolidation facility — a significant improvement on previous solutions that only provided visibility once goods had been received manually.

“An efficient and effective supply chain forms the backbone of Bunzl’s international growth strategy . We can’t deepen our commitment to existing markets or extend into new ones without world-class logistics support,” said Tim De Graaf, Import Inventory Manager, Bunzl plc . “During the implementation, DHL handled the complexity of our shipment requirements with speed and deftness — from registering 34 suppliers and 150 commodities with local customs to expedite clearance, to fully integrating their solution with our supply chain cloud platform in just four weeks during our peak season . Their plug-and-play solution has proven integral in preparing our Australian operations for future growth, faster and with less disruption than we could have expected.”

“Our ISC Purchase Order Management solution allows us to provide in-depth and data timeliness, tapping on our breadth of existing infrastructure and IT architecture to give Bunzl live updates of their goods 24/7,” said Dilek Sammut, Head of International Supply Chain Australia and New Zealand, DHL Global Forwarding . “As maintaining constant visibility of shipments and inventory levels is critical for success, we remain committed to ensuring Bunzl keeps its customers well-stocked with the basic goods they rely on to stay operational.” DHL — The logistics company for the world DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry .

Our DHL family of divisions offer an unrivalled portfolio of logistics services ranging from national and international parcel delivery, e-commerce shipping and fulfillment solutions, international express, road, air and ocean transport to industrial supply chain management . With about 360,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, DHL connects people and businesses securely and reliably, enabling global trade flows . With specialized solutions for growth markets and industries including technology, life sciences and healthcare, energy, automotive and retail, a proven commitment to corporate responsibility and an unrivalled presence in developing markets, DHL is decisively positioned as “The logistics company for the world”.

DHL is part of Deutsche Post DHL Group .

The Group generated revenues of more than 60 billion euros in 2017.

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Pricing trucks out of towns not the way forward

London, UK: A coalition of road transport trade bodies says that clean air zones are unfairly targeting hauliers and that pricing trucks off the road is not the way to reduce emissions.

The Road Haulage Association, British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association, Freight Transport Association, and National Franchised Dealers Association, are concerned that local authorities are rushing through clean air zones plans with scant regard for the hauliers on whom their local economies depend . This is despite the haulage industry nearly halving its NOx emissions in four years.

The trade bodies last week met transport minister Jesse Norman and environment minister Therese Coffey, to discuss a joint six-point plan for Clean Air Zones . The plan The Way Forward sets out recommendations these four trade bodies believe can help improve air quality whilst protecting haulage from punitive charges and bureaucracy .

The plan calls for consistent clean air zones operating standards, smarter use of road space, and a phased approach supporting the transition to cleaner vehicles that doesn t put operators out of business.

Richard Burnett, chief executive, Road Haulage Association, said: We welcome government s commitment to improve air quality but local authorities pricing lorries off the road is not the way to go about it . Ministers confirmed in our meeting earlier that local authorities should consider all options and that charging should be a last resort . They also highlighted that it is up to local authorities to decide which vehicles would be charged, when charges should apply and the level of charge .

If clean air zones are not handled properly we will have more vans making deliveries, congestion will increase and so will pollution . Clean air zones will only reduce emissions if they target polluters proportionately.

Gerry Keaney, chief executive, British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association said: The fleet industry can help Government to meet its air quality ambitions but we need more support for HGV operators who face particular cost and operational challenges in upgrading their fleets . We rely on commercial vehicles accessing towns and cities for deliveries and any clean air zone policy that deters trucks is likely to increase the usage of vans .

99% of our members LCV fleet is diesel so any initiative that increases the number of vans on our roads will not tackle pollution levels . Commercial operators need time and incentives to upgrade their fleets.

Sue Robinson, director, National Franchised Dealers Association commercial vehicle division says: It is essential that we encourage operators and logistics companies to move to trucks with cleaner engines . Progressive action is needed to ensure that operators can improve their vehicle fleets, not just by purchasing new Euro 6 commercials, but also by upgrading to cleaner Euro 5 used trucks to replace old and dirty diesel HGV s .

This is why it is important that a graduated CAZ clean air zones levy charge is introduced in order to encourage all hauliers to do their bit in improving air quality .

David Wells, chief executive, Freight Transport Association, says: Placing all the burden on local areas to accelerate air quality improvements risks the livelihoods of many small business around the country .

Government must help local authorities avoid the most damaging effects on the local businesses that use trucks or vans. Pricing trucks out of towns not the way forward