MCFA

By MMH Staff · November 9, 2012
In three years, academy attendance has grown from 53 to 124 students.
By Josh Bond · October 2, 2012
Lift truck fleet impresses with advanced ergonomics, reliability and battery life.
By Josh Bond · September 1, 2012
Cramped customers who increase throughput suddenly find they have all the space they need.
By MMH Staff · August 30, 2012
Expansion would increase under roof capacity by more than 40%.
By MMH Staff · August 20, 2012
New pallet truck to assist in handling of construction materials bound for new homes in Houston.
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By George Kokoris · August 13, 2012
As the material handling industry has evolved over the past decade to address the rising cost of diesel and stricter emission standards, the 3-phase alternating current (AC) electric lift truck has come into its own and now offers many benefits to potential buyers.
By Bob Trebilcock · August 1, 2012
Fleet management software is evolving from a tool to track maintenance to a platform for the smarter lift truck.
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By Lorie King Rogers · August 1, 2012
Continuing an upward climb, the worldwide industrial lift truck market is seeing orders and shipments on the rise again.
<p>To honor the occasion, 69 employees who have worked at MCFA for its full 20 years signed a commemorative forklift. The forklift, which also features a special decal signed by all MCFA employees, will be displayed in the company’s headquarters building and will later be used throughout MCFA’s manufacturing operations to move materials in fabrication and assembly.</p> By MMH Staff · July 3, 2012
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA), a leading manufacturer of forklifts under the Cat lift trucks, Mitsubishi forklift trucks and Jungheinrich brands, celebrated the company’s 20-year anniversary with employees on June 28 at its headquarters in Houston.
By MMH Staff · June 27, 2012
Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has rolled out the new FB16PNT-FB20PNT series of forklifts.
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By Josh Bond · May 1, 2012
With a few simple prescriptions, fleet managers can plan for the unplanned, reduce costs and ramp up productivity and safety measures.
By Josh Bond · May 1, 2012
Habits of the recession can prove costly as recovery takes hold.
By MMH Staff · March 27, 2012
Everything’s bigger in Texas—including the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, a massive three-week event that wrapped up in Houston on March 18. This is a big event that has a big impact on the Houston economy and educational programs.
By MMH Staff · March 15, 2012
Boy Scouts of America Troops 533 and Troop 1907 of Cypress, Texas, raise $27,000 during fertilizer and mulch fundraiser.
By Josh Bond · March 1, 2012
Technology has fueled the evolution of operator comfort, but the perfect fit remains elusive.

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