According to a release, NMHG intends to commercialize Nuvera’s research and technology through the rapid integration of fuel cell technology across large parts of the company’s lift truck product range.
NMHG Americas President Chuck Pascarelli, Vice President of Counterbalance Solutions Bill Pfleger, Division Environmental, Health and Safety Manager Don Buckman attended National Forklift Safety Day activities in Washington, D.C.
and Canadian customers creating a different type of environment for their employees in the warehouse,” says NMHG‘s Dawley.
Built in 2007, Edgewater Luxury Apartments features a mix of one-and two-bedroom units along with a limited number of loft units, explained Phil Saglimbeni, a NMHG director in the firm’s Palo Alto office who represented the seller, Urban Housing Group, El Segundo, California, and the buyer, UDR Inc., Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
At NMHG‘s manufacturing facility in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, 190 miles south of the U.S.
“Increasingly, customers are asking for more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly lift truck options, and there is increasing market interest in the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology,” said Colin Wilson, president and CEO of NMHG. “This acquisition also allows us to provide full life cycle maintenance, service and fueling requirements to meet the needs of Hyster and Yale customers and offer lower total cost of ownership.”
Pascarelli joined NMHG in 2013, and has rapidly built a strong sales and marketing management team.
Armed with that kind of intimate customer knowledge, a lift truck provider, whether the OEM or the dealer, can help a fleet manager avoid significant damage and thus better control his spend, adds Pat DeSutter, director of fleet management for NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG).
Impco then announced a three-year agreement with NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG) to supply NMHG with emission compliant engines for Hyster and Yale industrial forklifts.
(NMHG) recently hosted Representative John Shimkus (R-IL-15) for a tour of its Danville, Ill., operation.
Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, as an independent public company, will own and operate the NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG) subsidiary of NACCO Industries.