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CLARK appoints Materials Handling Equipment

Saturday, 3 Feb 2018 ( #858 ) - Lexington, KY, United States
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MHE's Fort Wayne facility
CLARK Material Handling Company has appointed Materials Handling Equipment (MHE) as an authorised distributor of CLARK products in the Fort Wayne, Indiana market.

"MHE has been servicing the materials handling needs of the Fort Wayne, Indiana market since 1949. In 2010, the company was purchased by Matt Bergdoll. Under Matt's leadership, MHE has continually focused on growing the business by providing first-class customer service and support," commented Dale Guckian, CLARK's director of dealer development.

"Our entire team at MHE is excited for the opportunity to offer CLARK's valuable products to the market," says Bergdoll. "Their extensive product line, backed by an established organisation, provides MHE with a powerful solution. CLARK is a worldwide brand with deep roots of success in the Midwest. We look forward to continuing the CLARK legacy into the future."

MHE will support CLARK's new equipment, aftermarket parts and service efforts out of its facility in Fort Wayne.

CLARK joins a comprehensive product line-up at MHE. The dealership already sells and supports Hyundai materials handling equipment, Sellick rough-terrain forklifts, Genie aerial work platforms and telehandlers and a range of Blue Giant equipment.
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