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MHEDA releases video promoting career opportunities in materials handling and logistics

Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association and Material Handling Industry collaborated on video.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
March 21, 2013

The Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) recently released a video explaining the impact material handling and logistics has on the supply chain and the many different career opportunities available in this vibrant and growing industry.

The video explains the thousands of careers available in this industry that are as diverse as the materials and products moving through the supply chain. People, projects, and resources all have to be managed. Facilities need to be planned and designed. Marketing, sales, accounting, operations, engineering, CAD design, technical support, information technology and logistics are just some of the career choices the material handling and logistics industry has to offer.

Click here to view the video.

This video is part of an ongoing effort to promote material handling and logistics careers by MHEDA and Material Handling Industry (MHI). For more information, visit MHEDA’s Career Center and the MHI Career Center.

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