Clark Material Handling

By MMH Staff · June 7, 2016
Clark to host safety awareness events at Lexington campus; executives to attend NFSD events in Washington, D.C.
By MMH Staff · May 4, 2016
20-year employee also serves on the executive board of the Industrial Truck Association.
By MMH Staff · March 4, 2016
STEAM program to prepare students to be career-ready in science, technology, engineering, agriculture and mathematics.
<p>Top to bottom: Bo Maslanyk, vice president, strategic programs and major accounts; Rick Dahlke, senior regional sales manager.</p> By MMH Staff · February 2, 2016
Internal promotions to strengthen sales growth, strategic planning and other corporate initiatives.
By MMH Staff · December 29, 2015
Expansion is part of company's efforts to grow global manufacturing capabilities by 50% by 2020.
<p>David W. Blackwell (left), dean of the Gatton College of Business & Economics and Dennis Lawrence, president and CEO of Clark agree to reestablish a $250,000 endowment fund at the University of Kentucky.</p> By MMH Staff · April 20, 2015
Endowment to provide financial support for faculty at the Gatton College of Business and Economics.
By MMH Staff · March 6, 2015
Employees worked more than 725,000 hours without a lost-time incident.
By Josh Bond · August 1, 2014
Once seen as a necessary evil, lift truck maintenance costs prove ripe for efficiencies that save money and boost productivity.
By MMH Staff · June 5, 2014
Clark employees volunteer more than 2,900 hours a year.
By MMH Staff · December 22, 2013
The number of lift truck units produced at the facility surpassed expectations in 2013.
By MMH Staff · October 28, 2013
To date, Clark has raised $230,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2013
Workers at two facilities have worked more than a million hours combined without a lost-time accident.
By MMH Staff · June 20, 2013
Tri-4-Freedom event raised awareness for human trafficking struggle.
By MMH Staff · August 4, 2011
Toyota today announced Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg., Inc. (TIEM), the Columbus, Ind. plant responsible for manufacturing the majority of Toyota lift trucks sold in the U.S., has named two new vice presidents.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 28, 2011
High-speed sortation and additional dock doors accommodate department store Boscov's growth strategy.

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