FHS Incorporated Joins Hireveterans.com

FHS-IncFHS Incorporated Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.

Since 1994 FHS Incorporated has been the leading full line Material Handling Distributor in the Southeastern United States. The companies success stems from their ability to approach the region’s material handling needs from all directions. Rather than focus on one or two product lines, The company specializes in all facets of material handling. Customers benefit by having a single source for all their warehousing, storage, and product handling needs. From concept and design to delivery, installation and aftermarket service support. They are the Material Handling Experts.

As specialists in the Material Handling Industry, FHS takes a practical approach towards increasing productivity and reducing operating costs for their customers. For over 17 years, they have designed thousands of warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution operations in the Southeast and country wide. Designs range in complexity from start-up operations requiring only a few thousand square-feet to several hundred thousand square-foot, automated designs. Their capability to facilitate all of the Southeastern United State’s material handling needs are unparalleled by anyone else in their region.

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