Case Studies & Testimonials Learn more about how Yale® dealers have provided solutions for challenging materials handling applications Nature's Best Case Study with VideoNature’s Best is one of the largest privately owned wholesaler distributors of natural and organic products in the United States. Founded in 1969, the company delivers grocery, refrigerated, frozen, bulk, supplements, personal care, herbs, medicinal and pet products to retailers throughout the Western, Central and Southern regions of the United States, as well as Hawaii, Alaska and Asia.McCain Foods Case Study with VideoAs a three-shift frozen foods business, McCain Foods’ 20 electric lift trucks required three batteries per truck. In order to maintain uptime, McCain needed to store the resulting 60 batteries in their Appleton, Wis., facility.Homan Associates Case Study with VideoHomans Associates needed assistance with maximizing its newly found vertical storage when they moved from a 45,000-square-foot facility with low ceilings to a 90,000-square-foot warehouse with increased vertical space.Legal Sea Foods Case Study with Video“With our preventative maintenance plan from NITCO, our lift trucks are checked out weekly. Thanks to our efficient fleet of electric Yale lift trucks, we minimized our downtime and maintenance costs – positively affecting our bottom line.”Fernando Rodrigues - Legal Sea Foods, Boston, MassachusettesReny's Case Study with VideoWatch the video to find out how Yale and NITCO helped Reny's with their materials handling needs.Berger Recycling Case StudyFounded in 1912, Berger Recycling provides turnkey systems for the collection and purchase of recyclable materials in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Based in Pawtucket, R.I., Berger Recycling specializes in scrap metal, waste paper, electronics, plastic, insulated wire, batteries, textiles and new paper rolls.Aubuchon Case Study with VideoWatch the video to find out how Yale and NITCO helped manage Aubuchon's fleet.Martignetti CompaniesMartignetti Companies is the leading distributor of wine and spirits in New England and the seventh largest distributor in the U.S. The family-owned business was established in Norwood, Mass., in 1933, right after the repeal of prohibition.