I assist in rating, producing, shipping and sending capacity plates to customers all over. I answer questions, work with the customers and have learned about the forklifts within the company. I love the people that I work with, and I love the job itself.
Call Center/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – July 13, 2014
This is a temporary position.
This a manufacturing company.
Handles VERY large call volume. I am on the customer service team. My accounts are Walmart and Home Depot. We dispatch and coordinate service calls for their Yale units. My department makes sure our customer are satisfied 100% after their unit has been repaired. If they are not happy, we go the extra mile to make sure satisfaction is achieved.
The people there are very nice. Was told the job was a position in development and would be a fast paced position but I found it to be very boring and mundane with most departments dumping the less desirable tasks on the new guy. Given time I could have developed a SOP for the position but that takes more then a couple of months. Executive did not have a clear ideal as to what their needs were and how to direct in an effective manner.
Production Supervisor/ Mechanical Engineer III (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – September 26, 2013
You actively work with the product development teams to solve and improve issues through the use of root cause problem solving techniques. Utilize product design engineering, manufacturing process design, project management, manufacturing cost analysis and quality/failure analysis to ensure that the design intent and customer needs are met and in accordance with NMHG’s goals and objectives.
Productive, Innovative and Organized Place to Work
Commodity Manager (Former Employee) – New Bremen, OH – September 24, 2013
Clear objectives and direction, learned more about electronic systems: development and aftermarket support. Co-workers worked well together. The hardest part of the job was the excessive amount of travel. The most enjoyable part of the job was supplier and engineering interaction and involvement.
Fun place to learn with a very competent group of managers
Sr. Buyer (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – April 2, 2012
Sourcing of fork lift parts, RFQ's, negotiation of contracts, cost reduction possibilities, encouragement to think out of the box, training in Micro Soft Office, Oliver Wight Training, serving on many teams such as ISO, MRP, Quality Circles, etc.
no stagnant time, always learning new ways to reduce waste.
Senior Material Control Clerk (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – May 11, 2015
This was an excellent place to work. The work was load was at a comfortable pace. Many times it was repetitious and boring which made the day seem long. But management would always find something for you to do. I cannot complain about management with this company. All of my supervisors were excellent. My position aloud me to speak with other employees of subsidiary plants across the country which was quite enjoyable. Most of the co-workers got along well although you did hear a little gossip hear and their which is typical in most factory environments. The hardest part of my job was speaking with foreign nationalities when I worked in the accounts payable department. I really enjoyed this company the pay rate was decent their are opportunities for advancement and benefits were excellent. Unfortunately, after eleven and a half years of service I was layed-off due to a large company downsizing. If it wasn't for that I would have still been employed with this company.
Manufacturing Engineer II (Former Employee) – Berea, KY – June 2, 2014
This place has great people and awesome products that make working there enjoyable. You can trust that their product is solid in the market place and that you can build your career with them. Co-workers are like family!