Toyota Material Handling

By Josh Bond · August 1, 2013
After making up for 2009 with two years of strong growth, global sales have tapered off, even as the top suppliers saw revenue increases in the double digits.
By MMH Staff · July 22, 2013
Donation includes a lift truck, engines and operator training program for faculty.
By Josh Bond · July 1, 2013
With the economy warming, fleet owners are navigating a new array of customized financing options as their fleets return to normal use.
By MMH Staff · May 28, 2013
BT brand very narrow aisle (VNA) lift trucks to be manufactured in TMHE's factory in Sweden.
By Josh Bond · May 1, 2013
Recognizing the potential for long-term savings, many fleet owners are keen to jump into a fleet maintenance program. However, they soon learn there are no substitutes for goal setting, clear communication and patience.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 1, 2013
At Scotts Miracle-Gro, a fleet management program keeps the pallets moving.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 1, 2013
Lift trucks, stretch wrap and floor storage are at the heart of Scotts’ distribution activities.
By Josh Bond · March 1, 2013
Standard and optional lift truck features can help the operator move as little as possible, a sure way to increase comfort and productivity.
By MMH Staff · February 12, 2013
Locally manufactured forklift to assist food bank serving the state of Indiana.
By MMH Staff · December 28, 2012
Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A. (TMHU) celebrated the end of its 2012 philanthropic giving year with the donation of two internal combustion lift trucks to the Columbus, Ind. community.
By MMH Staff · December 18, 2012
Big acquisitions, a precarious economy and some new players change the landscape heading into 2013.
By MMH Staff · December 17, 2012
10 Marines were recently trained as forklift operators.
By MMH Staff · December 5, 2012
When complete in 2013, project will add 21,400 square feet to the TIEM campus.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2012
Using narrow aisle racking and turret lift trucks, the 3PL created a solution that reduced space requirements by 28% and improved accuracy.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2012
Very narrow aisle racking and system-directed picking result in efficient storage, accurate inventories and virtually error-free picking.

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