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Trupar America Joins MHEDA

 Trupar America is proud to announce that we have joined the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) to enhance our business and take our customer service to the next level! 


What is MHEDA?

MHEDA is a 501(c)6 non-profit trade association dedicated to serving all segments of the material handling business community. For over 65 years, MHDEA has provided material handling companies and employees with:
  • Leadership training
  • Business resources
  • Networking opportunities
  • Career development tools
  • Benchmarking data
  • Insights on industry trends

Its mission is to help enhance its members’ success through superior programming in the areas of networking, education, and benchmarking. Established in 1954, MHDEA has been led by hundreds of volunteer directors who worked to make MHDEA the growing national trade association it is today. 

With over 600 members, MHEDA is a thriving association supported by the finest distributors, manufacturers, and factory-owned branches within the material handling industry. 

How Will This Membership Benefit Trupar America?

At Trupar America, we are always working to improve upon the service we provide our clients. We understand that material handling equipment is crucial to the productivity of your operations. To ensure we continue to provide you with the quality service and equipment you need, we’ve joined MHDEA.  

With our membership in MHDEA, we will have access to training, business resources, networking opportunities, economic insights and resources, professional development, benchmarking reports and forecasts, and more that can help us grow and enhance our business to better serve our clients. 

These services that we now have access to will help ensure that we can continue to serve our clients with great customer service and an extensive, high-quality selection of material handling equipment. 

Material Handling Equipment for Rent or Purchase
At Trupar America, we offer a variety of material handling equipment to meet your needs. From brand new equipment to used equipment, we have something for every budget! We also provide rentals or machines you can purchase. Contact us today to learn more! 

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