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Material Handling Supply Inc Gives Red Cross A Much Needed Lift

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Material Handling Supply, Inc., the Philadelphia area authorized Crown and Nissan lift truck dealer, encourages local businesses to assist the Red Cross with their continued relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

“Being in the material handling business means we’re in the business of distribution. During a crisis getting supplies and equipment to where it is needed is critical,” stated Bob Levin, President, Material Handling Supply, Inc. He continued, “We were happy to donate the use of four Nissan forklifts and six Crown pallet jacks from our rental fleet to the Red Cross for use in their regional Disaster Relief distribution center.“

The Red Cross continues to focus on reaching as many people as possible who need assistance. Help is urgently needed to continue the support relief efforts. The Red Cross provides shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to those affected by disasters like Hurricane Sandy.

Material Handling Supply, Inc. is a 43-year old privately held corporation that started in the Brooklawn area as a Crown and Nissan equipment dealership. The company has continued to grow and now has three locations throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

The company offers a comprehensive line of industrial equipment brands including Nissan, Crown and Genie. Currently, there are over 140 employees company-wide with plans for continued growth.

For more information on Material Handling Supply, Inc., visit online at www.mhslift.com or for more information about the Red Cross and what you can do to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, visit online at www.redcross.org.

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