Material handling equipment and safety products manufacturer, Wildeck Inc. (wildeck.com) has earned the prestigious Most Valuable Supplier Award for 2018. The MVS Award is granted by the industry’s trade association, Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA). According to MHEDA, this prestigious award recognizes companies who have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to their dealer network, their employees and their community.
To qualify for the MVS Award, Wildeck was required to meet a series of criteria in a number of areas important to its distributor companies. In addition to confirming an on-going commitment to safety, MVS Award winners must also demonstrate an overall commitment to business excellence by documenting programs in the following areas:
- Industry advocacy
- Distributor advocacy
- Business networking
- Continuing education
- Business best practices
“It is with great pride that Wildeck has received MHEDA’s 2018 Most Valuable Supplier Award,” stated Wildeck President, Greg Larson. “We are grateful to work with our dedicated dealer partners, systems integrators, and end-users throughout the country. The employee owners of Wildeck truly deserve this honor as they are committed to helping our customers’ projects run smoothly every day.”
“MHEDA members represent the best of our industry; and those who earn the MVS Award have documented that excellence and commitment to their dealers, community, employees and the material handling industry,” said Scott Lee, MHEDA’s 2017 Chairman of the Board and President of Schaumburg, Ill.-based Conveyor Solutions Inc. “MHEDA is very proud of our MVS Award winners.”
MHEDA is the only national trade association dedicated solely to improving the proficiency of the independent material handling distributor. MHEDA represents nearly 650 companies in the material handling equipment business. Located in suburban Chicago, the association provides services to companies seeking to improve their business through education, networking, benchmarking and best practices. For more information, visit www.mheda.org.