MHS Lift Named Top Workplace by The Philadelphia Inquirer for Third Year in A Row
MHS Lift, Inc., an award-winning, nationally recognized material handling equipment company, has been named one of the 2022 Top Workplaces in the greater Philadelphia area by The Philadelphia Inquirer. This is MHS Lift’s third Top Workplaces distinction in three years (2020, 2021, 2022).
For the last 13 years, The Philadelphia Inquirer has partnered with Exton-based company Energage to rank the region’s Top Workplaces through a scientific survey of employees who rate their workplace culture. Any organization with at least 50 employees based in the Delaware Valley area is eligible to participate.
“We are honored to be selected again as a Top Workplace by The Philadelphia Inquirer,” said Andy Levin, President, MHS Lift. “We know our success stems from our dedicated team, so it means so much knowing this distinction comes from the positive opinions and feedback from our valued employees.”
“MHS Lift started as a small business selling forklifts in 1970,” added Brett Levin, Vice President, MHS Lift. “Today, we work with over 2,200 customers across the country. Without our hardworking team, this level of growth wouldn’t be possible. We’re proud to provide them with competitive benefits, a positive work environment, ongoing training and education and opportunities to advance.”
For more information on MHS Lift, visit https://mhslift.com/.
About MHS Lift
For over 50 years, MHS Lift has provided warehousing and distribution solutions to enhance efficiency and productivity. Its diverse client base includes food and manufacturing, including Fortune 100 companies. MHS Lift also provides new and used forklifts, aerial equipment, floor cleaning equipment, personnel carriers, rental and parts and maintenance. For more information, visit MHSLift.com.