TVH Receives MVS Award
TVH in the Americas (TVH) has earned the MVS (Most Valuable Supplier) Award for achievements in 2019. The MVS Award is granted by the industry’s trade association, MHEDA (Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association) to less than 10% of all member companies. This is the fifth consecutive year that TVH has earned the MVS Award. This industry award recognizes companies who have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to their dealer network, their employees and their community.
To qualify for the MVS Award, TVH was required to meet a series of criteria in a number of areas important to the distributor companies who do business with them. In addition to confirming an on-going commitment to safety and employee training, award recipients must provide documentation of active participation in a program that gives back.
MVS Award winners have demonstrated an overall commitment to business excellence by documenting programs in the following areas:
- Industry Advocacy
- Distributor Advocacy
- Business Networking
- Continuing Education
- Business Best Practices
“TVH is honored to receive MHEDA’s MVS (Most Valuable Supplier) award for the 5th year in a row,” said Dirk von Holt, president of TVH. “This award affirms our commitment to being the one-stop-shop for our customers, and providing a truly remarkable customer experience that is second to none. At TVH, we believe that by working together we can achieve great things, and this award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our employees.”
“Achievement of MHEDA’s MVS status represents members who have demonstrated a commitment to their business and its employees, their industry and also to the communities within which they serve,” said Mike Vaughn, 2019 MHEDA chairman of the board and chief financial officer of Liftech Equipment Companies in East Syracuse, NY.
For more information, visit www.mheda.org.
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