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Friday, June 04, 2010
On the heels of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, the materials handling industry is starting to experience growth. In fact, John Nofsinger, CEO of the Material Handling Industry of America recently told Modern, “Going into 2010, I anticipate progressive, continued, gradual growth. I do not expect to see the industry ramping up significantly into double digit growth in 2010, but growth is growth and up is up.”
Posted on 06/04 at 06:32 AM
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Two keynote presenters considered the similarities between business sustainability in the profit and not for profit sectors as well as the role materials handling can play in ushering in a greener business.
Posted on 05/11 at 03:33 PM
NA 2010 •
The materials handling industry in the United States is growing, meaning there will be a greater demand for skilled workers.
The Material Handling Industry of America is forecasting 6% to 8.5% growth in material handling equipment new orders in 2010, according to the latest Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing Forecast.
Posted on 05/11 at 03:28 PM
NA 2010 •
Thursday, April 01, 2010
We visit with Jeff Smith, Professor of industrial and systems engineering, Auburn University; president, College-Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE)
Experts agree: The materials handling industry may bump along the bottom a little longer, but optimism is slowly replacing pessimism
A visit with Allan Howie, Director of Continuing Education and Professional Development at MHIA
NA 2010's Educational Conference will feature a Keynote Seminar Series on the Future Track for sustainability, training, workforce and retail distribution.
Posted on 04/01 at 12:34 PM
Up Front •
NA 2010 •
Monday, March 01, 2010
If our recently completed 2010 State of the Materials Handling Industry
report is any early indication, the show floor at NA 2010 should be rocking next month in Cleveland.
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Monday, February 01, 2010
The American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN, http://www.alanaid.org
), a non-profit humanitarian aid organization that engages the supply chain community in relief efforts at home and abroad, is helping the victims of the earthquake that recently hit Haiti.