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Overhead handling: O’Brien joins MHIA

Material Handling Industry of America welcomes crane manufacturer to association.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 19, 2012

O’Brien Installations Limited (O’Brien’s) has announced its membership to the Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA).

The company said that the decision to become a member seemed like a natural fit as MHIA’s vision of being a world class association aligned with our vision of becoming the benchmark in the crane industry. In addition, O’Brien’s has been a long-time supporter of MHIA hosted tradeshows, attending both ProMat and Modex.

O‘Brien Installations Limited is a manufacturer of overhead cranes, jib cranes, workstation bridge cranes and a supplier of industrial doors and dock equipment, serving the industry for 48 years, with sales, service and manufacturing facilities in Burlington, Ontario and Memramcook, New Brunswick and a sales and service office in Quebec, Quebec.

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