Crown Equipment Corporation

Industry: Manufacturing

About Crown Equipment Corporation

Crown was established in 1945 in New Bremen, Ohio. It has grown from a one-room operation in a small, rural American community into an internationally diversified company considered today to be the fifth largest lift truck manufacturer in the world. Crown designs, manufactures, distributes services and support material handling products that provide customers with superior value and has earned a reputation as a leading innovator in world-class forklift and material handling equipment. Crown has approximately 10,000 employees in the U.S. and over 14,000 employees worldwide.

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Why Work at the Company?

Crown has a long-standing history of hiring military veterans. We recognize the great skills and work ethic that veterans possess. Crown supports its employees and their professional goals because an investment in our people is an investment in our future. In fact, throughout Crown's history, more than 1,000 employees have reached a 25-year milestone, and we are proud to have traveled their career paths with them. From employee training and development to competitive compensation packages, we invest in our employees, knowing that people are always at the core of what moves us forward. Crown values integrity, innovation, passion, diversity and teamwork and we have found that veterans value and possess these qualities too.

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