If you answered ‘Yes’ and are looking for a position where you can grow and develop in an atmosphere where People Matter, Passion Inspires, and Purpose Unites, then MH Equipment is the company for you!
When you join MH Equipment, you’ll be joining one of the leading material handling dealerships in the country and one of the largest in the Midwest. We have 26 locations in 10 states and over 600 hardworking and dedicated employees.
We are always searching for the best talent to join our team! Your hard work and dedication will be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package and a positive work environment.
It was quite an exciting morning at our Des Moines Branch yesterday! A new Rail King RK320 arrived at our dock doors in all of its bright orange glory!
If you’d like to see this amazing piece of machinery in person just stop by our facility or contact MH Equipment for more information!
Heavy equipment theft is a growing problem throughout North America. As with vehicle theft, organized crime rings are the primary driving force behind heavy equipment theft. In many instances, these sophisticated criminals have equipment shopping lists. They know the types of equipment they want and where to find it, and frequently target construction sites rather than secured dealer lots.
Many of these organized criminal rings send stolen construction equipment to other countries. Stolen equipment is often transported to the nearest port or across the border prior to its being reported as stolen.
To help combat this problem, equipment manufacturers adopted a standard worldwide 17-digit product identification number (PIN) system beginning with their year 2000 models. With this format, international law enforcement computer systems can better check, verify, and track equipment reported stolen.
Theft Prevention Tips:
If you suspect insurance fraud or theft, speak up! Call the National Insurance Crime Bureau
toll-free hotline at 1-800-TEL-NICB (1-800-835-6422. Your call is free. Your call can be anonymous. You could be eligible for a reward.
For the past three years, manufacturing must have seemed like a high-stakes poker game to some people. It also seems the game has been played only two ways—fold, or go all in.
If you have ever seen the World Series of Poker, though, you know the only people who go all in are either supremely confident or desperate, and neither seems like an especially sound business strategy.
There is a third way to play, of course. It takes a lot more work and a lot more patience, and it won’t always yield positive results on every play, but it is a surer way to build your chips. You have to place your bets in the right places, at the right moments. You must manage the game for the long term, and not just play the game looking for the one big hand.
Manufacturers around the U.S. and around the world are succeeding in manufacturing because they have placed their bets on the right aspects of their business. They cannot control what other players have in their hands. They play the cards they are dealt and seize the opportunity to improve when it comes along.
Our 2011 Top Plant winner, NACCO Material Handling Group of Berea, Ky., is an outstanding example of placing your bets in the right place. NACCO bet on its people to help grow the organization. In doing so, the company has helped grow the community. Read More…
Originally published by http://www.plantengineering.com Bob Vavra, Content Manager 12/15/11
Mitch Holland is our Aftermarket Representative in Dayton, OH and has been with the company 29 YEARS!!
Mitch started out at a competitor before coming to Bode Finn in 1983 which became Hyster Mideast and eventually MH Equipment.
“My expertise is has been in the parts area – that’s where I first started in the business before moving into the sales department.” He says his proudest sales experience was setting up and managing a large parts consignment at the GM plant in Dayton, OH for many years.
Mitch’s wife Nancy is an RN at Miami Valley Hospital and they have 2 children. His son Ryan and his wife Kristi have given Mitch 3 little grandchildren – Haley, Coby, and Brady. His daughter Brittany attends college at Cleveland State University where she is studying speech therapy. Brittany is also an avid volleyball player and Mitch and his wife really enjoy spending time together traveling to her volleyball games.
When Mitch has extra time he likes to play softball, go bowling and fishing, and watch the Cincinnati Reds or Miami Dolphins play.
“What I like most about working at MH Equipment is that all the people are committed to their jobs. Everyone enjoys helping others – I can say they are my friends and we all work together to make MH Equipment a great place to work. It’s nice to work for a company that cares about me as a person and understands about family life – that’s always a good feeling to have about a company.”