Crown Turret Stockpicker Wins German Design Award

June 1, 2007
Crown Equipment Corporation's (New Bremen, Ohio) TSP 6000 Series turret stockpicker was recently awarded a 2007 international red dot award from Design

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"We are pleased that the TSP 6000 has been recognized by the design community and our customers," said Mike Gallagher, vice president of Crown's Design Center. "The TSP 6000 continues the Crown legacy of innovative design that meets our customers' demanding needs and improves their bottom line."

Introduced to the market in August 2005, Crown's TSP 6000 has also received a Silver IDEA Award from the Industrial Designers Society of America, the GOOD DESIGN Award from the Chicago and Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, and the iF product design award from the International Forum Design in Hanover, Germany.

The red dot is one of the leading and largest design competitions worldwide. Entries are judged by an international jury of design experts who examine and test the products for degree of innovation, functionality, ergonomics, durability, ecological compatibility and clarity of function. This year companies from 43 countries entered a total of 2,548 products.

Source: Crown Equipment Corp.