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Medley offers Hyster in Arkansas

Thursday, 25 November 2021 ( #1053 ) - Oklahoma City, OK
Medley Material Handling arrives in Little Rock
Medley Material Handling arrives in Little Rock

Medley Material Handling Company has acquired all Hyster assets from Briggs Equipment Arkansas. Medley will continue operations in all previously serviced Briggs territories including Little Rock and Springdale. Medley will also continue operations in Fort Smith, servicing both Hyster and Yale equipment along with a host of other wheeled vehicles such as Combilift, Genie, Mariotti, JLG, Manitou and Powerboss.

Medley Material Handling offers a wide range of industrial solutions, aftermarket capabilities and service support with certified technicians and many capable materials handling professionals.

The dealership began its relationship with Yale in 1956 and today operates 13 branch locations across Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas and Missouri, representing both Hyster and Yale equipment.

A company statement thanks all the employees who have worked hard to make the transition as seamless as possible. “Acquisitions such as this wouldn’t be possible without our loyal customers and dedicated customer-focused employees,” it adds.

The expansion follows the January 2020 acquisition of all the assets of Gammon Equipment Company, a Yale dealer with operations in Arkansas and portions of Kansas and Missouri.

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