NEW BREMEN, Ohio (February 27, 2020) – Brothers, Carl H. Dicke and Allen A. Dicke, founded Crown Equipment Corporation in New Bremen, Ohio, in 1945 with an unwavering commitment to customer service. Seventy-five years later, Crown is a widely-recognized, global material handling equipment manufacturer and technology provider with more than 16,100 employees worldwide serving many of the world’s most recognizable brands and category leaders. read more »»
California Community News provides a range of printing, inserting, packaging and distribution services for several newspaper and media companies including the Los Angeles Times Media Group. At its busy 325,000-square-foot production facility in Irwindale, Calif., millions of inserts and papers are printed and packaged each year. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (December 19, 2019) – Food Logistics magazine has named Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, to the Food Logistics 2019 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list for the seventh consecutive year. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (July 9, 2019) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, today introduced a larger, more robust display module for its forklifts equipped with Crown’s InfoLink® fleet and operator management system. The InfoLink 7” Touch Display Module enhances the operator experience with greater functionality and an interface designed to simplify onboarding, maximize productivity and reinforce safety. read more »»
Warehouse operators are understandably cautious about adopting new technology. Move too fast and they risk investing in technology that never delivers on its promise. Plus, many have experienced technology implementations that disrupt warehouse operations or face internal resistance that undermines their value. In short, the risks too often are perceived to outweigh the benefits.
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (June 6, 2019) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, is using this month’s National Forklift Safety Day sponsored by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA), to collaborate with companies on achieving greater connectivity in their facilities to help enhance safety. read more »»
Many material handling organizations are using technology, including forklift-based features, to improve warehouse productivity and efficiency. For instance, leveraging data from the forklift is one way companies can realize measurable improvements in warehouse management.
The supply chain and warehouse are overflowing with data; not all of it on product movement. Warehouse and forklift connectivity is generating data on worker performance, forklift utilization and the health and status of equipment. Companies are investing to collect and analyze data to increase productivity, lower costs and enhance safety.