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Why Lift Truck Spending is on the Rise

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 | 2 pm ET
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 18, 2014

Join Associate Editor Josh Bond and lift truck industry training expert, Jim Shephard as they share the findings of Modern’s annual Lift Truck User Survey, a detailed look into users’ practices around procuring, utilizing and maintaining their fleets.

The survey provides a unique window into the decisions fleet owners must make every day. The webcast takes the analysis to the next level with expert perspectives that tell the story behind the numbers.

During this webcast you’ll gain a better understanding of:

  Industry adoption of fleet management technologies and their mixed results
  Lift truck procurement, maintenance and retirement strategies
  Factors behind a 27% increase in average lift truck spending in the coming 24 months
  How lift truck manufacturers, dealers and third party service contractors are attracting and retaining customers


Moderator: Josh Bond, Associate Editor, Modern Materials Handling
Speaker: Jim Shephard, Founder and President, Shephard’s Industrial Training Systems

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Can’t attend the webcast? Register anyway! We’ll send you a link to the recorded session after the event.

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