Training

By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
The first 100 operators who register will get free e-learning versions of Safety on the Move.
By MMH Staff · April 10, 2017
Modern Material Handling's Maintenance Repair and Operations (MRO) Team sat down with Richard Cunningham to discuss his field of work and the skills he has used to succeed.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 10, 2017
Supply chain technicians are in short supply. A new apprenticeship program may be part of the answer.
By Josh Bond · April 4, 2017
The Raymond Corp. (Booth S3218) has introduced virtual reality (VR) training, which allows operators to use a Raymond forklift truck in a simulation mode for training using preprogrammed exercises.
By Josh Bond · January 13, 2017
The demographics of technician hiring and retiring do not paint a pretty picture for the near- or long-term future of the technical workforce. The lift truck industry is attacking the shortage head-on with improvements and initiatives designed to grow the technicians of tomorrow—today
By MMH Staff · September 13, 2016
Eighth North American regional training facility to feature parts department, equipment inventory and a variety of training opportunities.
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 25, 2016
The company now has a network of eight regional service training centers across North America dedicated to training programs for Crown customers, dealers and employees.
By MMH Staff · May 18, 2016
Through hands-on training, customers are able to learn specific technical skills without slowing or stopping their production lines, which helps lower the learning curve once the new system is in place.
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From the October 2017 Modern Materials Handling Issue
An early adopter, Rochester Drug Cooperative is using robotic piece-picking technology to complement picking of slow-moving items. System report for Rochester Drug Cooperative, Robotic picking and inventory management, Innovative distribution center robotics solutions , IAM Robotics case study
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