High school student Fredy Corrales receives a $5,000 scholarship from CAT Lift Trucks, a division of Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc.
Two Columbus, Ohio-based companies, ODW Logistics Inc. and Spartan Logistics, and Lima, Ohio-based Wright Distribution/Logan Express have donated transportation services via the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) to Feed the Children, a nonprofit providing several truckloads of donated drinking water to residents of Flint, Mich. In addition, Quantum Lift Inc. of Warren, Mich.; Alta Equipment Co. of New Hudson, Mich.; Fairchild Equipment of Green Bay, Wis.; and Fraza Forklifts of Canton, Mich., have all donated or loaned equipment via ALAN to help nonprofit groups such as the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan and Adventist Community Services handle donations of water, filters, and testing kits for families in Flint.
Lexington, Ky., forklift manufacturer Clark Material Handling Co. will donate equipment, including a CNC (computer numerical control) machine; share its industry expertise; and provide training and internship opportunities for students at Woodford County High School's program in science, technology, engineering, agriculture, and mathematics (STEAM).
Brandon, Fla., software developer InMotion Global Inc. will provide a free copy of its AscendTMS transportation management system platform to all new and graduating students at Transportation Training Group Inc., an Illinois-based freight brokerage training school.
Houston-based Cat Lift Trucks, a division of Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA), has awarded a $5,000 scholarship to Fredy Corrales, a senior at Northbrook High School in the Spring Branch Independent School District (ISD), who intends to pursue a chemical engineering degree from Texas A&M University.