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Crown opens new locations in Missouri

Thursday, 5 Apr 2018 ( #867 ) - New Bremen, OH, United States
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The St. Louis branch is located on Dielman Industrial Drive
Crown Equipment Corporation has announced two new sales and service locations to support the materials handling technology and equipment needs of customers in eastern central Missouri, including St. Louis.

Both locations offer customers a complete selection of materials handling technologies, products and services. This includes forklifts, warehouse design solutions, parts and service, automated warehouse solutions and Crown's wireless InfoLink fleet and operator management system.

Jason Hartings has been named Crown branch manager overseeing both Crown Lift Trucks locations. He was previously branch manager of Crown Lift Trucks - Lexington, Kentucky.

"This is an exciting time for our customers and our employees," says Hartings. "We are seeing a lot of growth in this region, as well as a steady evolution of the technology and equipment vital to keeping product moving and warehouses operational.

"These two locations will allow us to continue to support our customers and work closely with them so they can make informed decisions on what they need to support changing demands, control costs and enhance safety and energy efficiency."

The St. Louis branch is located on Dielman Industrial Drive, while the satellite facility is in Columbia.
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