Hy-Tek Material Handling expands Cleveland presence
To better serve customer demand in northern Ohio, Hy-Tek Integrated Systems/Cleveland has added three engineering and sales professionals to its 13-person material handling team.
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Hy-Tek Material Handling has announced the expansion of its Integrated Systems (IS) Division office in Cleveland. To better serve customer demand in northern Ohio, Hy-Tek Integrated Systems/Cleveland has added three engineering and sales professionals to its 13-person material handling team. The Cleveland office expansion was announced by Hy-Tek Integrated Systems Division President Tom Mann.
To accommodate the expansion, Hy-Tek Integrated Systems/Cleveland has relocated from its former office in Berea to a larger facility at 7550 Lucerne Drive, Suite 204, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 44130. The Cleveland office is overseen by General Manager Mark Santos, who has 24 years of industry experience, including 15 years with Hy-Tek.
Hy-Tek’s growing Integrated Systems division boasts a team of experienced engineering, sales, logistics, and project management professionals who provide integrated material handling systems to customers nationwide. Hy-Tek’s IS division has the experience and expertise necessary to engineer, design, and implement strategic plans for any material handling application.
“For 51 years, the 100-plus employee-owners of Hy-Tek Material Handling have been dedicated to designing and delivering innovative material handling solutions for clients in retail, e-commerce, and other industries. Our expanded Cleveland presence enables Hy-Tek Integrated Systems to deliver hands-
on sales, service, and support to manufacturers and distributors throughout northern Ohio and the entire country,” said Mann.
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