IN THE NEWS

  • "Is training VR's killer app? Ask forklift drivers"
    Forbes; highlights the Raymond Virtual Reality Simulator and its innovative take on forklift operator education., June 2019
  • "Rick Harrington’s three steps to lead and succeed"
    Syracuse.com; Rick Harrington, former senior vice president of operations, reflects on his time with the company, insights into the manufacturing industry and his success in leadership, April 2019
  • "Driving Innovation with Data"
    Fast Company; highlights The Raymond Corporation’s path of innovation and provides commentary on the evolution from CEO Michael Field leading up to the Raymond Virtual Reality Simulator and its spot on the Fast Company 2019 World’s Most Innovative Companies list. , April 2019
  • "Want to automate your warehouse? Wait until you understand your data"
    Supply Chain Dive; highlights Jack Kaumo and John Slavik’s seminar at ProMat 2019; including the need to gather data from warehouses using data-generating systems already in place and analyzing and synthesizing the data collected from those systems, April 2019
  • "2018 IW Best Plants Winner: Raymond Corp. Strives for Excellence in OEE and Beyond"
    Industry Week; highlights how the company was named to the 2018 Best Plants Award list for its continuous improvement journey. Raymond is continually striving to improve and innovate, and it implemented the Toyota Production System to achieve these goals. , March 2019
  • "Today's Distribution Center: You Say You Want an Evolution?"
    Inbound Logistics; John Rosenberger, director of Global Telematics, and Chris Merta, product manager of Automated Products, give insights about warehouse optimization and automation and how to keep up with industry challenges, March 2019
  • "Lift Trucks join the connected enterprise"
    Modern Materials Handling; John Rosenberger, director of iWarehouse Gateway and global telematics, interview in article highlighting how warehouses and executives can use data and modern innovations to improve efficiency, products and systems in the manufacturing industry, January 2019
  • "Five innovations moving the modern warehouse"
    Plant Engineering; five trends to implement into warehouses to keep pace with marketplace demands and growth, including integrating telematics systems and implementing automated solutions., November 2018
  • "Optimize Then Automate: Maximizing Productivity in Your Warehouse"
    IMPO; Raymond's John Rosenberger and Chris Merta discuss ways warehouses can optimize their space and time, leading to a more productive workforce and drive cost savings, October 2018
  • "Virtual Reality Is the New Reality"
    IndustryWeek; Raymond's CEO, Mike Field, explains how virtual reality education can help instruct forklift operators and attract new talent to the material handling industry, September 2018
  • "Lift Truck Technician Training: Behind the scenes"
    Modern Materials Handling; Raymond's Mike Ballas explains Raymond’s tech training program and the company’s focus on positive impacts on service levels, September 2018
  • "Lift Truck Tips: New accounting rules to impact operations"
    Material Handling 24/7; Sue Rice, Raymond's marketing manager, leasing, discusses how the new FASB13 accounting rules may impact companies’ financial and operational procedures, September 2018
  • "From Washington to your warehouse"
    DC Velocity; Sue Rice, marketing manager for Raymond Leasing Corporation, explains how recent tax provisions may change the way companies look at leasing vs. buying equipment, August 2018
  • "MRO Best Practices: Are you ready for Predictive Maintenance?
    Modern Materials Handling; John Rosenberger interview highlighting the benefits and cost-savings predictive maintenance can offer, August 2018
  • "Virtual Reality Delivers Actual Results"
    Modern Materials Handling; This case study discusses how Ginsberg’s Foods used the Raymond Virtual Reality Simulator to on-board new operators quicker and provide a consistent educational experience for employees, August 2018


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