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Standards

Standards and Why You Should Be Involved in their Development

By Pat Davison, MHI Director of Standards | @mhi_pat  As we brace ourselves for the 2016 elections and the onslaught of negative political advertising that will inevitably ensue, I think it is worthwhile to discuss a “good news” story in legislative history. […]

End Users Can Take Advantage of Special Offer on Crane Specs

End users of material handling equipment are taking advantage of a special offer on the widely acclaimed specifications of the leading authority on overhead lifting—Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA). CMAA, an independent incorporated trade association affiliated with Material Handling […]

Educators Build Connections, Curriculum through Annual CTE Educators Summit

By Angela Jenkins, MHI Director, Career & Technical Education  | @mhi_angela In July, MHI presented the eighth annual Career & Technical Education (CTE) Educators Summit, hosted for the second time by the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) of Schnecksville, PA. […]

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CICMHE Design Competition

By Alex Batty, MHI Marketing Communications Coordinator |@mhi_alex Every year, the College Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE) and the Order Fulfillment Solutions Council of MHI host a design competition, with the idea of getting students involved in solving […]

U.S. Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics: Version 2.0

By Alex Batty, MHI Marketing Communications Coordinator |@mhi_alex First released in 2014, the U.S. Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics established a baseline of key disruptors for the field and projected key factors for the industry over the next decade. […]

Twitter

Learn, Share and Chat With Our MHI Team on Twitter

The MHI team is ready to connect with you on Twitter! They offer behind the scenes photos at our events, keep you updated on what’s happening at MHI, and share advice, thoughts, and current happenings in their area of expertise. Meet our talented thought leaders. George […]

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