FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH. (June 23, 2016) —Daifuku North America Holding Company, a leading provider of material handling solutions, has been certified by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) as a bronze-level status Veteran-Friendly Employer.
MVAA recognizes employers that commit to military veteran recruitment, training and retention practices by awarding those employers Gold, Silver and Bronze level status as Veteran-Friendly Employers. The agency works to identify and break down barriers veterans face in employment, education, health care and quality of life, making Michigan a great place for veterans and their families to call home.
“We are honored to be certified as a MVAA Veteran-Friendly Employer and we are always looking to grow our talented workforce” said Aki Nishimura, President and CEO of Daifuku North America. “The leadership qualities of our veterans along with their core values of teamwork and problem solving make them great assets to our growing global company.”
Daifuku North America is part of one of the largest material handling companies in the world. It offers competitive wages, as well as extensive benefits including 401(k) with company match, and flexible work schedules. Daifuku North America has nearly 2,300 employees and over 400 engineers globally.
About Daifuku North America
Daifuku North America Holding Company is a leading developer of innovative material handling technology such as Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS), conveyors, baggage handling systems, cleanroom systems and airport maintenance services. Daifuku North America consists of Daifuku America Corporation, Jervis B. Webb Company, Elite Line Services, Logan Teleflex, Inc., and Wynright Corporation. Daifuku North America specializes in the design, engineering, manufacturing, installation and servicing of integrated systems used in the automotive, airport, semiconductor, LCD equipment, food/beverage, warehousing and manufacturing industries. Daifuku North America is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich., with manufacturing locations throughout North America.