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TVH honored as Corporate Citizen of the Year

TVH in the Americas (TVH), provider of quality replacement parts and accessories for the material handling and industrial equipment industry is proud to announce that it has been awarded the “Corporate Citizen of the Year Award” by the Olathe Chamber of Commerce. This award is presented to a business member that exhibits, through employee involvement and company contributions, a commitment to making a meaningful and positive impact in the community.

TVH has been a longtime advocate for the community and has a longstanding reputation for above-and-beyond corporate social responsibility. The Olathe Chamber of Commerce selected TVH as their 2015 Corporate Citizen of the Year because of our efforts to bring the Boys and Girls Clubs of America to Olathe; our contributions to the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund and our partnerships with various non-profit and charitable organizations.

TVH strives to make a positive impact in the local communities at each of our 10 locations in the Americas through our charity program, TVHCares. This program encourages employees to get involved in their communities and TVH helps make it easier by offering a volunteer day off. With this day off, employees can work with the non-profit organizations and charities that are important to them. In addition to the volunteer day off, the TVHCares program also offers several opportunities throughout the year to get involved in the community as a company.

TVH has grown to become one of the most respected names in the material handling and industrial equipment industry. Our commitment to service, knowledge and product availability has made TVH a One-Stop-Shop for our customers and their industrial parts requirements. We offer more than 7.5 million products from 10 locations in the Americas.  

 
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