SINGAPORE (August 7, 2018) – Crown Equipment (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., part of Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, led the Logistics Equipment Company category with its innovative InfoLink technology at the Singapore Business Review (SBR) International Business Awards 2018. The SBR International Business Awards honor international companies making significant contributions to business in Southeast Asia. read more »»
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 »»
Kane Is Able (KANE), headquartered in Scranton, PA, is a national, third party logistics (3PL) company that helps manufacturers and their retail partners efficiently and effectively distribute goods throughout the United States. Since its founding in 1930, the company has grown to include a network of 25 warehousing and cross dock facilities totaling over 8 million square feet, along with a transportation team that services Maine to Virginia. read more »»
Northgate Markets, a regional chain of family-owned grocery stores in southern California, realized it was spending too much time and money managing its extensive forklift fleet. The company turned to Crown Equipment, one of the world’s largest material handling companies for a fleet management solution. read more »»
Crown has been providing forklift connectivity and fleet management solutions since 2005. During that time, we have worked closely with our customers to help them integrate forklift fleet management into their businesses. Through that process we‘ve learned valuable lessons about technology adoption in material handling.
This white paper series captures those lessons to help accelerate forklift fleet management adoption and prepare the industry for more complex technology initiatives.
Part One: Five Goals the Connected Warehouse Can Help You Achieve (PDF)
Part Three: Four Keys to Unlocking Value from Forklift Connectivity (PDF)