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Help Us Help You

By Steve Guglielmo With every issue of The MHEDA Journal we strive to be a little bit better. It’s no accident that the articles that are the most read, most shared and most well-received are the articles written by members or written with the input of members. That’s because our members are the ones who are in the trenches every ...

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The Innovations Issue

By Steve Guglielmo, Managing Editor We have spent this entire year celebrating MHEDA’s 60th Anniversary. In each issue, we have reflected on the evolution of MHEDA and the material handling industry as a whole. We have examined where we have come from, where we are going and how we’re going to get there. Though MHEDA’s founding fathers might survey the ...

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Longevity and Quality: A Recipe for Success

By Steve Guglielmo, Managing Editor The 3rd Quarter Issue of The MHEDA Journal is always the most interesting of the year to me because it is the issue where we recognize MHEDA members celebrating milestone anniversaries and also distributors named by manufacturers as being the “Best of the Best.” One thing that I have noticed over the years is that ...

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The Social Convention

By Steve Guglielmo, Managing Editor Every year at the MHEDA Convention, I ask attendees what they enjoy most about attending Convention. And while there are always a variety of answers, one response that is almost ubiquitous is the networking opportunities Convention provides. Whether the networking comes from the Exhibitors’ Showcase, the Roundtable discussions or even the Sunday morning golf tournament, Convention ...

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Looking Back, Looking Forward

By Steve Guglielmo, Managing Editor As MHEDA celebrates its 60th Anniversary in 2014, a large portion of each issue of The MHEDA Journal will be spent discussing the changes and evolution that the industry has gone through since 1954. When you think back to what the world and the industry looked like 60 years ago, it’s almost unrecognizable. But as ...

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