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Yale announces expanded dealer territory for LiftOne

Hyster-Yale Group, Inc., Yale Lift Truck Technologies has announced LiftOne® will be appointed the authorized Yale® dealer for all territory served by WMH Solutions, formerly known as Wheeler Material Handling. The territory change becomes effective June 1, 2024, expanding LiftOne’s existing Yale territory across portions of North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia, served by 20 locations.

Yale Lift Truck Technologies is committed to solving customers’ toughest labor, safety, and productivity challenges through innovation in the warehouse and technology space. LiftOne has been integral in progressing Hyster-Yale’s distribution strategy, and this territory expansion will accelerate the realization of Yale’s commitment to excellence in delivering warehouse solutions.

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Bob Sattler

“LiftOne has a proven record of customer satisfaction as a Yale dealer, regularly recognized as Dealer of Excellence for extraordinary customer sales and service support in a dynamic material handling industry,” says Bob Sattler, Vice President of Dealer Business Development and Financial Services, Yale. “It is imperative that we have the right dealer partners who are willing to invest with us to ensure the best customer experience and outcomes. Since 2012, LiftOne has demonstrated its ability to grow with us, while never losing sight of its strong, family-owned values.”

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Mark Drummond

“Our sales and support teams are eager to welcome customers and facilitate a smooth transition,” says Mark Drummond, President, LiftOne. “As Yale works to bring the most advanced, technology-driven lift truck solutions to market, our commitment is to be the trusted resource for all aspects of material handling operations and help our customers get the most out of robotics, telematics, electric power, and more. To meet the needs of this expansion, we are bolstering parts stock, increasing equipment inventory, enhancing rental investment, and expanding our team of factory-trained technicians from 650 to over 700.”