Hyundai Material Handling was pleased to play host to key North American dealers at our 2023 Dealer Meeting. With a theme of Building for The Future, the meeting presented our guests with introductions to Hyundai’s most innovative new equipment and were given a tour of the company’s new forklift-dedicated parts distribution center that houses over $7 million in inventoried parts.
Among the key products introduced to dealers was our new LC-9 Series forklifts that feature advanced diagnostic technology and an all-Hyundai powerplant; new 100D-9V diesel-powered workhorse that meets the world’s most exacting emission standards; and new B-X Series electric forklifts that optimize the latest in Lithium-ion battery power.
For the first time, Hyundai also introduced a full line of Class III models giving our dealers among the most comprehensive lineup of equipment in the industry.
“At Hyundai Material Handling, we’re truly building for the future,” said Lewis Byers, Executive Vice President/COO. “It’s essential that our dealers know all that we’re doing for them and their customers. Bringing together our best dealers to showcase our latest products and our new parts center will help them sell and service their customers more effectively. We’re committed to growing our dealers’ businesses.”
The meeting also featured a gala dinner held at the Georgia Aquarium during which awards were presented to eighteen dealers. Thank you to all the great efforts of our award-winning dealers. Here is a complete list of all the 2022 award winners.
The event also attracted supplier sponsors, including OneCharge, Stryten Energy, and DLL Financial Solutions. The gathering also brought senior Hyundai executives from South Korea, adding emphasis to the importance of the meeting and the value Hyundai holds in its dealer network.
Our hope was that attendees get a true sense of how committed we are to the idea that when it comes to serving our dealers and their customers and to building the industry’s most innovative equipment, No One Delivers More than Hyundai.