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Controlling Company Cyberspace

With the internet becoming more and more prominent in everyone’s lives, material handling companies are being forced to develop policies regarding employee use of the internet and e-mail.

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What Is A Blog?

Blogs or Web logs are becoming more and more prevalent in the business world, and material handling is no exception. Material handling distributors should know the basics of blogging and what it can do for their company.

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The Digital Distributor

It once was the cliché in material handling that technology would ease distributor’s workloads, but that has been far from the case. In fact technology has cranked up the speed of the material handling industry significantly.

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Webinar Training Expands Small Company Programs

Material handling professionals are benefiting from an exciting new online technology for training. MHEDA-sponsored webinars are great sources of cost-effective training for material handling distributors. By Loren Swakow.

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Everyone Pays A Price When Low Bid Takes All

A new phenomenon has begun in the material handling industry, one that distorts our core ability to offer and sell value-added services. These electronic reverse auctions focus only on price, not quality or service. By Evan Wescoe.

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Reverse Online Auctions Raise Concerns

In the material handling industry, the internet has brought about a dangerous trend in reverse auctions, a process in which bidders haggle over the lowest proce from an amount set by buyer. By Stephen Cloud.

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Establishing E-Commerce Territories

In the material handling industry, the e-commerce explosion is having a significant impact. Thus, adjustments must be made, such as establishing e-commerce territories for lift truck dealers. By Mark Mahovlich.

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