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Crown opens Michigan facility

Wednesday, 18 Jul 2018 ( #881 ) - New Bremen, OH, United States
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Crown's new Grand Rapids branch
Crown Equipment Corporation has announced the opening of a new sales and service location near Grand Rapids, Michigan. The new expanded facility will replace the previous location to help the company meet growing customer needs in Grand Rapids and throughout western Michigan.

Located in Kentwood, the Crown Lift Trucks facility offers customers an extensive selection of materials handling technologies, products and services. This includes forklifts, warehouse design solutions, parts, services, automated warehouse solutions and Crown’s wireless InfoLink fleet and operator management system. The location also offers a battery and charger service.

"We continue to see growth and opportunity in this region, especially among our diverse group of customers, including food distributors and automotive manufacturers," says Eric McNutt, branch manager, Crown Equipment. "This larger facility will accommodate the resources we need to fully service our customers in this growing market. It will also allow us to continue to provide the advanced equipment, technology and service they need to support growth, control costs and enhance safety and energy efficiency."

Crown operates a service and distribution network that exceeds 500 retail locations in over 80 countries.
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