The Raymond Corporation News and Press Releases


  • Raymond Donates Vintage Lift Truck to Center for Technology and Innovation

    The Center for Technology and Innovation, Inc., in Binghamton, New York, will be adding a new historical piece from Raymond to its TechWorks! prototype workshop — a vintage Raymond Reach-Fork® lift truck manufactured in 1959. Raymond® Reach-Fork trucks were built to be used in narrow warehouse aisles to allow for more racking and to optimize warehouse space.

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    Raymond Improves iWAREHOUSE® Interface Design for All Devices

    The Raymond Corporation recently updated its iWAREHOUSE® reporting user interface, known as the iWAREHOUSE GATEWAY™, to include responsive Web design for smooth and intuitive user interaction on any device — from mobile to desktop computer.

  • Raymond Partners With Cornell's Johnson Graduate School of Management

    On Feb. 12, 2014, college students participating in the Semester in Strategic Operations (SSO) immersion program from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, toured Raymond's manufacturing facility in Greene, New York. Students observed firsthand how Raymond utilizes the Toyota Production System (TPS) principles to achieve operational excellence in manufacturing.

  • Raymond Appoints New Positions to Support Growth

    Raymond appoints new positions to support current and future growth.

  • Raymond Participates in 2013 NY-BEST Conference

    The Raymond Corporation took part in the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium’s (NY-BEST) Energy Storage Supply Chain and Manufacturing Conference in Rochester, New York, on Nov. 13.

  • Raymond Appoints Kirchner as Vice President of Sales

    Gary Kirchner has been appointed as vice president of sales for The Raymond Corporation. Kirchner will hold executive responsibility for Raymond Sales and Service Centers as well as national accounts.

  • Raymond Donates Historical Equipment and Memorabilia to New York Museums

    With a history of innovation dating back to 1840, The Raymond Corporation is donating several historical items and memorabilia for display in two New York museums. Originally established as Lyon Iron Works in Greene, New York, the foundry was purchased by George Raymond Sr. in 1922, marking the beginning of The Raymond Corporation’s 91-year history in the material handling industry.

  • Raymond Hosts CAST Event, Shares Marketing Best Practices

    The Communications Association of the Southern Tier (CAST) held an association meeting at The Raymond Corporation headquarters in Greene, New York, on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013.

  • Raymond Appoints Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing

    The Raymond Corporation has appointed Timothy Combs as executive vice president of sales and marketing. Bringing more than 30 years of experience to this role, Combs will hold executive responsibility for Raymond sales and marketing activities. Previously, Combs served as vice president of sales with responsibility for Raymond sales activities as well as national accounts.

  • Raymond Supports Future of Manufacturing with Youth Apprenticeship Program

    The Raymond Corporation recently recognized high school seniors who have spent nearly two years contributing to Raymond through its Youth Apprenticeship Program at its headquarters in Greene, New York. The apprenticeship program at Raymond allows students to experience careers available in the manufacturing industry.

  • American Red Cross Honors Raymond Employee

    The Southern Tier Chapter of the American Red Cross in New York state has awarded the Industrial Safety Real Heroes award to Michelle Day, a first responder and a project administrator for The Raymond Corporation, Greene, New York. The American Red Cross Real Heroes awards honor individuals who have shown courage, dedication and selfless acts of heroism.

  • Raymond Sponsors STEM Event for Greene Central High School Students

    The Raymond Corporation recently hosted a group of 49 12th-grade students from the Greene Central High School Physics Department to provide education on careers in the manufacturing industry and a look at the engineering behind Raymond® lift trucks.

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