Bluff Manufacturing donates edge of dock levelers to Material Handling Training Facilities

 Bluff Manufacturing is proud to support future generations of material handling workers by donating Edge of Dock levelers for use in technical and career training programs. 

Bluff Manufacturing donated an Edge of Dock Leveler to the Earle C. Clements Job Corps in Morganfield, Kentucky. Earle C. Clements supports the Job Corps program’s mission of teaching eligible young people the skills needed to become employable and independent and placing them in meaningful jobs or further education. 

Two Edge of Dock Levelers were also donated to James Rumsey Technical Institute in Martinsburg, West Virginia. The James Rumsey Technical Institute offers career and technical education opportunities for high school students and adult learners. Their mission is “to enhance the quality of life through continual education for students of all ages throughout our community by setting standards of excellence in technical and academic education as determined by business, industry, and government.”

“We are proud to invest in the future material handling work force by familiarizing the next generation of workers with quality products that stand the test of time,” says Andrea Curreri, President of Bluff Manufacturing.

Bluff Manufacturing dock levelers correct height differences between loading docks, loading platforms, and truck or trailer beds.  The Edge of Dock leveler is designed to have a working range of 5” above and 5” below dock level. This Bluff product includes molded bumpers and a mechanical spring operation that takes the heavy work out of the lifting. The patented design assures that the leveler is positioned exactly for correct use every time.