The 2021 MHEDA Convention is near space capacity. If you are planning to attend the Convention, we strongly encourage you to submit your registration and make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. An overflow hotel is now available. We anticipate selling out the event and have a memorable event designed to give you the opportunity to meet in person with your Material Handling business colleagues.
Several companies have been contacting the membership, asking if they are interested in purchasing the MHEDA’s 2021 Annual Convention contacts for your sales, marketing, and promotional activities. These companies are not members of MHEDA and are in no way affiliated with MHEDA. We would never sell our member’s contact information. Please do not respond to this email.
NAPLES, Florida — The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) reported that its April 2021 Booked Orders increased by 15.07% when compared to April 2020 Booked Orders. April 2021 Booked Orders decreased by 14.38% compared to March 2021 Booked Orders.
By Gene Marks, Opinion Contributor
Yes, there is inflation. Yes, it's going to last for a while.
Federal Reserve and Treasury officials tell us that the rise in prices we’re seeing will be temporary. Most economists are predicting modest inflation from anywhere between 2-5% during the coming months. We've already seen spikes in both consumer and producer prices. But the markets don't seem to be panicking — yet. And no one in charge seems to be veering from their course, despite congressional pressures and media attention.
Courtesy: The Hill
MHEDA's Online Digital Exhibit Hall. Research material handling products, services and solutions from companies you know and trust. Featured this week are:
- Flux Power designs, develops, manufactures, and sells advanced lithium-ion energy storage solutions for equipment. Visit Flux Power
- InCord supplier of custom OSHA compliant safety netting solutions fitted to your facility and optimized for your application. Visit InCord
August 10 - [Webinar] Emerging and Traditional Technology Requirements
Learn about emerging technologies that could help your team prepare for what is coming next.
August 11 - Emerging Leaders Conference - MHEDA and MHI announce the date for the Ninth Annual Emerging Leaders Conference that will take place on Aug. 11 in Austin, Texas just before the Annual Convention. This event is designed for material handling professionals who want to amplify their knowledge on how to be a stronger, more authentic and purposeful leader for a new world.
Coming Soon - Mark Your Calendar!
October 13: Automation Solutions Conference
October 14: Rental and Used Equipment Management Conference
Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton O'Hare - Rosemont, IL
June 22: Host Shari Altergott, Chief Experience Officer of The CX Edge talks with industry veteran, Joe Ginnetti, owner of JAG Learning Solutions. They discuss industrial sales trends and challenges, how to build strong relationships throughout the sales process and being a leader vs. being a manager.
Flux Power Named to Food Logistics’ 2021 Top Green Providers List
Raymond Introduces Next-Generation Real-Time Location System
EnerSys® Offering Advanced, High-Performance Lithium-ion (Li-ion) Battery to its Global Portfolio of Power Solutions
Tapia Named Customer Training Facilitator at Hytrol
Yale Breaks New Ground for Warehouses with Operator Assist Lift Truck Technology
Noblelift® Introduces 6,000-7,000lb Q Series Lithium Iron Phosphate LFP Electric Forklift
Three Authorized Raymond Solutions and Support Centers to Rebrand Under Single Name
The DiSC Report is a summary of dealer member financial data presented in tables and graphs designed to provide a comprehensive guide for analyzing profitability. Available for Industrial Truck; Storage & Handling and Engineered Systems and provides clear evidence as to how small differences in a few areas translate directly into higher levels of profitability.
If you have a question for MHEDA’s Board of Directors, please contact Rebecca Hein at email@example.com
or 847-637-5215. Your question could be featured in The MHEDA Journal.
It was an ordinary Saturday afternoon in New Hampshire when a hungry customer walked into a restaurant, sat at the outside bar, and ordered some food. Roughly two hot dogs, some chips, a coke, a beer and a shot of tequila later, he paid his $37 tab and left -- but not before including a $16,000 tip.
"Don't spend it all in one place," the customer joked to the bartender, according to Mike Zarella, who owns the Stumble Inn Bar & Grill in Londonderry. The bartender didn't look at the check or notice the tip until the customer, who asked to remain anonymous, gave her another two hints to take a look.
"When she looked down, she was just absolutely shocked. She was like, 'Oh, my God, no that's just crazy,'" Zarella told CNN. "The girls went over to him and thanked him. They are overjoyed."
The tip was left on June 12, but Zarella didn't share the story until June 21 because he wanted to see if the payment would actually go through first. Once it did, he shared the kind act on Facebook.