Toyota expands dealer network in Alaska

Based in Anchorage, All Pro Alaska, offer forklifts, warehouse equipment, parts, service and rentals throughout Alaska.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 18, 2011 - MMH Editorial

Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., (TMHU) announced the new addition of B & J Lift Truck Services, Inc., d.b.a. All Pro Alaska to its nationwide network of Toyota Industrial Equipment dealers. Based in Anchorage, All Pro Alaska, offer forklifts, warehouse equipment, parts, service and rentals throughout the vast state of Alaska. The operation includes a dedicated facility, and rental lift trucks and service trucks to meet customers’ diverse needs.

The dealership is led by owner operator, Jesse Thacker, who has served as general manager at the facility since 2004 and continues his family’s legacy as lift truck owner operators. His parents, Bruce and Joann Thacker, originally founded B & J Forklift Services, later named All Pro Alaska.

“All Pro Alaska delivers the experience and professionalism representative of Toyota dealers throughout the nation,” said Brett Wood, president of TMHU. We’re proud to add All Pro Alaska to the Toyota dealer network, especially given their enthusiasm and ability to service such an immense state.”

“It is an honor for us to represent the Toyota brand in the great state of Alaska,” said Thacker. “All Pro Alaska will work diligently to deliver with the highest quality of service, innovation and technology to meet our customers’ business needs, building on Toyota’s outstanding reputation in this area.”

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