MHI Predicts Growth for Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing in 2018

There are many reasons to be optimistic in the year ahead, as MHI is predicting overall growth in Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing (MHEM) for 2018 and 2019. Read the full story by clicking here.

MHEDA Suppliers Anticipating Continued Strong Growth in 2018

The mood on the supplier side of the material handlin industry is generally upbeat going into 2018. While a few companies predicted their sales would soar by 30 percent or more, most saw growth in the 5-10% range. Read more in the 2018 Suppliers Forecast by clicking here.

Growth Expected for Most of the Industry in 2018

MHEDA dealers across the country expect growth, though Storage and Handling anticipates a slow down. Read more in the 2018 MHEDA Distributors Forecast in the First Quarter Issue of the magazine by clicking here.

A Positive 2016 in Store for Material Handling

MHEDA Convention Speaker Brian Beaulieu predicts growth in 2016 By Steve Guglielmo and Brian Beaulieu ITR Economics CEO Brian Beaulieu will be presenting at the MHEDA Convention on Monday, May 2nd, 2016, from 1:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The MHEDA Journal had an opportunity to speak with Brian about his presentation, “Prosperity in the Age […]

Optimism for the Conveyor Industry

By Robert Reinfried, Exec. Vice President, CEMA The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) reports that overall industry orders (bookings) for the first 6 months of 2015 increased 5.78% compared to the same period in 2014, with total orders of $5.72 billion. CEMA estimates industry billed sales (shipments) for the first 6 months of 2015 increased […]

MAPI Economic Forecast

Growth but No “Break Out” Boom By The MAPI Foundation, Reprinted with permission from MAPI A number of factors have challenged economic growth in 2015, among them a second straight severe winter, the West Coast port strike, a strong dollar and collapse of oil prices, but assuming the first two were anomalies, there should be […]

US Forklift Industry Remains Strong

By Brian Feehan, President, ITA With no shortage of headline-grabbing news from Washington, DC; “Will the Federal Reserve Raise Rates? Will Congress Pass a Debt Ceiling Increase and Negotiate a Budget? Will US Foreign Trade Policy Initiatives Pass Congress? Will Presidential Election Politics Gridlock Washington?” Some of these headline questions have been answered – Congress […]

MHI Predicts Modest Slowdown in Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing in 2016

By George Prest, CEO, MHI After experiencing near historic highs in 2015 for Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing (MHEM), MHI predicts a modest slowdown in U.S. material handling equipment manufacturing in 2016. MHEM orders are expected to be $31.1 billion in 2015, but fall in 2016 by 11.3 percent to 27.6 billion. Domestic Demand is expected […]

MHEDA Suppliers Display Restrained Optimism

By Chris Powers On these pages last year, MHEDA Suppliers predicted heady times and spoke of possible revenue records to be set in 2015. Many suppliers brought those expectations into fruition, as 2015 was by and large a positive one for the industry. The outlook is still positive for 2016, although MHEDA Suppliers are a […]

Slow Growth Forecasted for 2016

MHEDA dealers across North America anticipate growth, though not as robust as years past By Steve Guglielmo Every year, the 1st Quarter issue of The MHEDA Journal is devoted to forecasting the industry for the year to come. To do this, we not only get forecasts from our partner associations like MHI (page 65), ITA […]