Alliance Material Handling Receives Industry MVP Award
Jessup, Md. (NOVEMBER 30, 2022) – Alliance Material Handling, Inc. (AMH), a warehouse solutions company that has been servicing the Baltimore-Washington region for more than 65 years, has been awarded the prestigious Most Valuable Partner (MVP) Award for the fifth consecutive year from the industry’s trade association, Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA). Award recipients must satisfy a rigorous set of criteria with less than 10 percent of the association’s membership earning the award. As a 2023 MVP, AMH has successfully demonstrated a commitment to business excellence, professionalism, and good stewardship.
To qualify for the annual MVP Award companies are required to provide evidence of their commitment to their partners in business including their customers, employees, and suppliers. They must satisfy criteria in the following important areas:
- Industry Advocacy
- Customer Service & Safety Practices
- Business Networking
- Continuing Education
- Business Best Practices
“Achieving the MVP Award demonstrates a company’s dedication to constantly improving the material handling industry. It is an honor and privilege for MHEDA to have so many companies achieve this award that requires continual improvement in customer and employee satisfaction and never-ending education of our industry throughout your organization,” said Tom Albero, Chairman and CEO of AMH and 2022 MHEDA Chairman. “Alliance has always prioritized our customers and employees and I am proud that the board found Alliance to be one of these distinguished members for the fifth year in a row.”
MHEDA is the premier trade association dedicated to serving all segments of the material handling business community. MHEDA represents close to 600 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.