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Complete Warehouse Solution Earns Crown Equipment Third Consecutive SDCE Top 100 Supply Chain Projects Award

NEW BREMEN, Ohio (August 18, 2020) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, earned a Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s (SDCE) Top 100 Supply Chain Projects award for the third consecutive year. Crown was recognized for a complete warehouse solution that included warehouse design, racking and lift trucks for Lipari Foods, a Warren, Michigan-based wholesale distributor of dry, refrigerated and frozen foods. read more »»

Encore® Electric Lift Trucks Quickly Expand a Fleet and Increase Productivity

Great Lakes Foods is a wholesale grocery distributor serving Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan. Its 300,000 square foot warehouse delivers dry, refrigerated and frozen goods to up to 70 grocery stores daily. It uses lift trucks in every phase of its operations, including PE Series double and single pallet trucks and RR Series reach trucks in its warehouse, as well as WP Series pallet jacks on each delivery truck for drivers to utilize on deliveries. Much of the company’s business depends on reliable lift trucks to move groceries, and getting dependable machines quickly as its business needs change is imperative to its operations.

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Crown helps California Community News improve its productivity

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 »»

Crown Honored by Food Logistics as Top Software and Technology Provider

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 »»

Crown forklifts provide high performance and dependability in frigid temperatures

For nearly a century, United States Cold Storage (USCS) has been making a name for itself in the frozen and refrigerated storage industry. Now with 42 facilities across 13 states and more than 4,500 employees, USCS provides frozen and refrigerated storage, transportation and logistics services to some of the largest American and international food producers. In its busy 498,000 square foot frozen storage warehouse in Bethlehem, PA., the company employs 140 forklift operators working three shifts every day of the week in temperatures ranging from negative five to 35 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Crown Equipment Says Greater Connectivity Helps Create a Modern Safety Culture

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 »»

Four Keys to Unlocking Value from Forklift Connectivity

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.

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Having the right forklift for the job increases productivity at Lodge Manufacturing

Lodge Manufacturing is a manufacturer of cast iron cookware in continuous operation for more than 120 years. The company’s products are shipped worldwide and sold through big box stores, hardware stores, specialty retail outlets and through online e-commerce. For many years, the original Lodge foundry and a 40,000 square foot warehouse and distribution center kept pace with demand, but in the mid-1990’s business began to increase dramatically. A foundry expansion, followed by construction of a second foundry and a new 212,000 square foot distribution center, provided the capacity the company needed but there were many critical decisions to make in configuring the new DC.

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