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By Josh Bond · August 24, 2016
A growing number of low-cost lift trucks offer new avenues for pairing equipment and applications, but less cautious buyers might find that small up-front costs come at a steep price. Selecting the proper lift truck, lift truck tips 2016, Choosing the right Lift Truck
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By MMH Staff · June 21, 2016
Employees face more pressure than ever to meet productivity goals in today’s fast-turn, customer satisfaction-driven economy. With tight fulfillment deadlines, complicated picks and throughput-based incentives on the mind, safety procedures can become an afterthought.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
Regular operator training and consistent, safe processes yield increased operational efficiency and overall output.
<p>Routine lift truck maintenance includes regular grease applications.</p> By Bridget McCrea · June 2, 2016
Pairing your lift trucks’ ongoing maintenance, repair and operations needs with the right service provider requires a little research and knowing what you need.
By MMH Staff · April 13, 2016
Australia-based company a leading provider of telematics technology for material handling equipment and other fleet vehicle applications.
By Josh Bond · April 5, 2016
In addition to the debut of a robotic end-rider, Yale (Booth 3147) is showcasing a suite of alternative power solutions including lithium-ion battery technology, hydrogen fuel cells, compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
<p>Erik Rodriguez, director of supply chain (left) and Jonathan Hart, director of physical flows (right).</p>

By Bob Trebilcock · March 1, 2016
Like many global companies, L’Oreal is facing new demands from its customers in a dynamic market. Robotic layer picking and slotting software are two of the tools the health and beauty leader is using to stay competitive.
By Josh Bond · March 1, 2016
Customers demand lease agreements that allow for change, reduce or eliminate penalties, and prevent surprises during or at the end of the term. Finance partners have responded by offering unprecedented flexibility and risk mitigation.
By Chris Lewis · March 1, 2016
By implementing periodic maintenance programs, telematics and Web-based fleet management services, lift truck managers can monitor fleet performance, increase productivity and reduce expenses.
<p>Top to bottom: Tim Karnitz, senior manager of national accounts; David Brady, national accounts manager; and Sean Beaulieu, national accounts technical specialist.</p> By MMH Staff · February 18, 2016
Forklift manufacturer hires senior manager of national accounts, national accounts manager and national accounts technical specialist.
By MMH Staff · February 15, 2016
After 70 years in business, Bolzoni reported 2015 revenues of $150 million.
By MMH Staff · January 14, 2016
Balyo specializes in autonomous driving forklifts based on standard trucks that navigate without external infrastructure.
By Josh Bond · January 1, 2016
The fleet of yesteryear enjoyed plentiful helpings of fuel and money to get the job done. Now that every penny counts, managers are keen to more precisely control each lift truck’s diet.
By MMH Staff · November 18, 2015
NACCO Materials Handling Group to become Hyster-Yale Group on January 1, 2016.
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By Ben Camiel · November 4, 2015
Today's fast turn, customer satisfaction-driven economy puts more pressure than ever on distribution center employees to meet productivity goals.

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