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Magline Newsletter Delivering Excellence Talks Value of Ergonomics to Avoid Workers Comp Injuries

LogoMagline's Delivering Excellence newsletter reported that PTWebucation is offering courses about value-added ergonomic solutions. According to the course description ergonomics injuries account for the largest percentage of Workers' Compensation injuries. This course will present evidence-based information and strategies to bridge clinical gaps between the Ergonomics (Engineering) and Physical Therapy (musculoskeletal) domains. This course is designed to increase the clinician's understanding of ergonomics and ergonomic applications to the clinical treatment model. The course will describe how clinicians may significantly enhance their treatment outcomes by including some basic ergonomics strategies in their treatment regimen.

Magline Demonstrates Innovative Self-Stabilizing Truck at BevOps Fleet Summit Next Week

LogoMagline, Inc., manufacturers of innovative lightweight route distribution solutions, will provide demos of the new Self-Stabilizing hand truck at the BevOps/Fleet Summit 2015 from April 21-24, 2015. The show will be at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Magline Sees Growing Pressure for Efficient Food and Beverage Delivery and Better Customer Service

LogoDelivering Excellence newsletter, sponsored by Magline, is reporting weekly how food and beverage trends are changing the growth of various programs and organizations. Process improvement leads the way for understanding how automation can reduce human effort and intervention. Yet 39% of companies have not performed process reengineering in the last year reported Modern Materials Handling. That is in stark contrast to the fact that transportation and logistics managers have identified operational efficiency as their number one priority. New research uncovered the following three key issues:

Beverage Delivery Requires Ergonomics According to Magline Delivering Excellence Magazine

LogoDelivering Excellence, a newsletter sponsored by Magline, reported how food and beverage trends are changing the growth of various programs and organizations. Recently the weekly e-zine noted that carts and hand trucks bend to meet ergonomic concerns as delivery equipment helps create a safer working environment. Jennifer Storelli reported in Beverage Industry magazine that musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) or ergonomic injuries, are the most common injuries route delivery drivers encounter and accounted for 33 percent of all workplace injuries and illnesses requiring days away from work for all occupations. Hand truck safety becomes more important when delivery increases.

New Self-Stabilizing Truck by Magline at BevOps Fleet Summit in Two Weeks

LogoMagline, Inc., manufacturers of innovative lightweight route distribution solutions, will provide demos of the new Self-Stabilizing hand truck at the BevOps/Fleet Summit 2015 from April 21-24, 2015. The show will be at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Modern Materials Handling Covers Promotion of Magline VP Andrea Horner

LogoModern Materials Handling recently announced the promotion of Andrea Horner as VP of Marketing of Magline, based in Standish, Michigan. The company is best known for its complete line of innovative lightweight route distribution solutions under the Magliner brand. Horner is now responsible for driving the company's brand strategy and revenue growth through new products and the use of innovative marketing platforms to expand the company's diverse customer base.

Michigan-Based Magline Congratulates Western Michigan University Supply Chain Ranking

LogoMichigan-based Magline shared the good news reported recently by the Grand Rapids Business Journal that Western Michigan University supply chain program ranks No. 2 in the U.S. Rachel Weick reported Western Michigan University Integrated Supply Management program, or ISM, at the Haworth College of Business earned the ranking by Software Advice for its blend of engineering, information technology, and manufacturing courses at the undergraduate level. Software Advice is a software resource firm that provides independent research and reviews. The firm conducted a national study examining 15 top supply chain management programs, due to the rising demand for expertise in technology, software, and quantitative tools in the profession. The firm said that digital tools are "the backbone of major supply chain operations." Penn State University ranks No. 1. Michigan State University ranks No. 8 at the undergraduate level and No. 11 at the graduate level. The University of Michigan ranks No. 2 for its graduate programming for supply chain education.

Michigan Dramatic Material Handling and Manufacturing Growth Includes Magline

LogoDelivering Excellence newsletter, sponsored by Michigan-based Magline, is reporting weekly how manufacturing trends are changing the growth of various programs and organizations. Michigan is undergoing dramatic improvements in both manufacturing and supply chain material handling growth. Businesses are looking to locate or expand in Michigan can expect help from the state and the most active tool is the Small Business Credit Initiative — a loan program designed to help small- and medium-size companies that are in a growth mode and have challenges accessing debt.

Michigan-Based Magline Reports That Michigan Pork Processing Attracts New Jobs

LogoDelivering Excellence newsletter, sponsored by Magline, reported that Michigan is one of the nation's top pork producing states, ranking 13th in the country. There are 10,800 jobs related to the 2 to 2.5 million hogs marketed each year, according to the Michigan State Extension office. With more than 2,600 producers in the state, the pork industry annually contributes more than $560 million dollars to the Michigan economy. Pork exports previously accounted for a large portion of the economic impact in Michigan, generating an additional 700 jobs and $50 million of personal income for the producers.

Magline Exhibits Linen Hand Truck with Bin at Clean Show 2015 in Two Weeks

LogoMagline, makers of innovative lightweight route distribution solutions, is exhibiting at booth #31107 at the Clean Show for the first time. The company will highlight the new Gemini® Convertible Hand Truck with Bin option that was produced for the linen industry. The show is April 16-19 in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center. Magline's new innovative product, Gemini Convertible Hand Truck with Bin is designed for airport delivery, mail rooms, commercial laundries, recycling operations, ice delivery, manufacturing facilities, bulk materials, automobile parts, laundry services, housekeeping, janitorial, parcel delivery, retail, waste management, and more.