FMH Material Handling Solutions donates equipment to local food banks

The company donated material handling equipment to help the food banks keep products moving

Image courtesy of FMH Material Handling Solutions

As coronavirus impacts companies and nonprofits across industries, food banks have been overwhelmed with an influx of donations. In order to help Denver-area food banks move the large quanities of product being donated, John Faulkner, the president of FMH Material Handling Solutions and a forty-seven-year veteran of the material handling industry, is donating electric pallet jacks to these local food banks. 

Specifically, Faulkner and FMH are donating Heli 4,400-pound capacity lithium pallet jacks, which are designed to be compact and reliable. The components of these pallet jacks are positioned for easy and safe serviceability by the technicians. Plus, electromagnetic braking and drive motor braking ensure the safety of the forklift driver.

“Understanding the difficult time and the amount of product being moved through local food banks, we are pleased to make these donations,” Faulkner says. "We are happy to support the local charities and organizations with these donations that support the less fortunate in the greater Denver area."

The following Denver area Food Banks receive a $2,500 equipment donation:

  • Food Bank of the Rockies
  • Community Food Share
  • Volunteer of America – Colorado
  • Metro Caring

FMH Material Handling Solutions

FMH Material Handling Solutions has been in business since 1978 with branches in Albuquerque, Denver and El Paso. FMH offers a complete line of material handling products, including pallet jacks, forklifts (new/used/rental), safety training, shelving and pallet racks to handle material handling needs. FMH represents the following product lines: Big Joe, CAT, Clark, Crown (only in Albuquerque/El Paso), Doosan, Donkey, Heli, JLG, Jungheinrich, Kalmar, Sellick and Taylor Dunn. 

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