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PEER Bearing’s long-lasting relationship with Crown has helped increase its productivity and efficiency

PEER Bearing is a manufacturer of bearings for many industries, with a North American headquarters and global distribution center located in Waukegan, IL. In this facility, they receive approximately 100 pallets of material each day from their manufacturing facilities around the world while also processing a variety of outbound orders ranging from single packages to full pallets. read more »»

Crown Equipment Opens New Sales and Service Locations in Missouri

NEW BREMEN, Ohio (April 3, 2018) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, today announced two new sales and service locations to support the material handling technology and equipment needs of customers in eastern central Missouri, including St. Louis. read more »»

Crown steps up to the plate with aftermarket service

Quality products are important, but at Crown, we know it doesn’t stop there. That’s why we’re continuously monitoring performance and service programs to ensure our customers receive the best service, with the best parts, at the right time.

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Crown Equipment Challenges Individuals to Embrace Forklift Safety

NEW BREMEN, Ohio (June 8, 2017) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, is celebrating this month’s National Forklift Safety Day sponsored by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA), with a challenge to anyone directly or indirectly related to forklift operation. The company’s campaign this year, “Safety: It’s Up To You,” emphasizes the role each individual – regardless of role – has in promoting a safety-based culture. read more »»

Safety – It’s up to you

An essential part of Crown’s corporate culture is safety, which is why we recognize the importance of forklift safety and support our customers with tools to enable them to create their own safety culture. read more »»

Eliminate rolling ladders to increase safety

An employee is picking orders from the top shelf of a racking unit, but the load is large and heavy so he needs both hands to carry it. He pulls up a rolling ladder, climbs to retrieve the load and begins the unstable descent but misses a rung and falls. You can imagine what happens next. He is likely injured from the fall, which leads to time off work and expensive workers’ compensation costs. Productivity is lost and the product may be damaged as well. The whole situation could have been avoided with a simple solution. read more »»

Crown Equipment Commemorates National Forklift Safety Day

NEW BREMEN, Ohio (June 9, 2016) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, is commemorating this month’s National Forklift Safety Day sponsored by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA) by recognizing and promoting the vital role everyone connected to the material handling industry plays in the creating and maintaining a safe working environment. read more »»

Crown Equipment Extends Training Footprint With New Forklift Service Training Center

NEW BREMEN, Ohio (May 24, 2016) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, today announced the opening of a new regional service training center in Kansas City, Kansas. 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. read more »»

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