NACCO Materials Handling Group

By MMH Staff · March 18, 2014
NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG), the parent company of Hyster Company and Yale Materials Handling Corporation, has announced a corporate reorganization effective today.
By MMH Staff · February 18, 2014
PSI to supply NHMG with engines using propane and compressed natural gas for 1-ton to 8-ton forklifts.
By Josh Bond · July 1, 2013
With the economy warming, fleet owners are navigating a new array of customized financing options as their fleets return to normal use.
By MMH Staff · June 11, 2013
NMHG has donated more than $232,000 to the United Way of Pitt County over the past three school years.
By MMH Staff · March 19, 2013
Donation represents $100 for each three-point shot made by East Carolina University basketball team in '12-'13 season.
By MMH Staff · December 18, 2012
Big acquisitions, a precarious economy and some new players change the landscape heading into 2013.
By MMH Staff · December 6, 2012
Pitt County partnership has raised more than $200,000 in three years.
By MMH Staff · October 25, 2012
Forklift and more than 450 employees wear pink in honor of breast cancer awareness.
By MMH Staff · September 28, 2012
Effective Monday, October 1, Hyster-Yale began its first full day as an independent company.
By MMH Staff · September 13, 2012
Distribution has been structured to qualify as tax-free dividend.
<p>From left to right: Robbie Taylor (First Born), Carolyn Spencer (First Born), Joe McClenney (NMHG), Kelly Smith (NMHG), Troy Smith (Dougherty Equipment Company), Jack Jones (First Born), Marsena James (First Born).</p> By MMH Staff · August 14, 2012
New lift truck to support food bank's storage and distribution of frozen goods, non-perishable food, and clothes.
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.
By MMH Staff · July 1, 2012
Hyster-Yale Materials Handling announces that it has filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed spin-off from NACCO Industries of the company's materials handling business.
By Josh Bond · July 1, 2012
More savvy lift truck fleet managers are realizing that buying, renting or leasing practices set the tone for future savings.
By Josh Bond · July 1, 2012
Traditionally viewed as restrictive, new finance practices tailor leases to customer needs.

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