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American company Yale Materials Handling Inc. was founded in 1844 as a manufacturer of various types of locks.
Since 1920, the company began to produce low-lift platform forklifts (using an internal combustion engine - internal combustion engine), and three years later, a signal copy of a forklift truck with an electric traction motor left the assembly shop of the plant.
Since 1929, the company has been manufacturing electric stackers, and in 1950, the company begins engineering development of forklifts with internal combustion engines.
Since 1934, Yale has been a full-blooded player in the warehouse handling market in Europe.
In the same year, the first forklift truck factory was launched in the UK.
In 1984, a controlling stake in Yale Materials Handling Inc. bought out by another American corporation, NACCO Industries.
However, despite this, Yale only increases the production and sales of lifting warehouse equipment.
In 1996, a new series of European Yale forklifts was developed, which later underwent a number of upgrades: the Veracitor VX forklift truck, NexGen electric forklifts, etc.
Merged with Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc. in 2012. ("Hyster-Yale"), an American publicly traded company with 5,000 full-time employees worldwide.
Already today, Yale warehouse equipment is designed, manufactured, serviced and sold at 19 complex enterprises around the world.
These enterprises, among other things, include 12 large manufacturing plants and 5 research centers and design bureaus.
Today, three large factories producing warehouse equipment are successfully operating in Europe - in the UK (Northern Ireland, the Craigavon plant - forklift trucks with internal combustion engines, electric stackers and components for them are manufactured), the Netherlands (the Nijmegan plant - heavy forklift trucks are produced) and Italy (the Masate plant - all types of warehouse equipment are produced).
These plants are owned by Yale Materials Handling Inc.