Toyota Material Handling (TMH) released 22 new electric products, including everything from stand-up riders and order pickers to reach trucks and more.
“This is an exciting milestone for our company and our customers,” says Bill Finerty, TMH president and CEO. “Never before has the global supply chain endured such challenges as those we presently face. Warehouses and distribution centers everywhere need material handling equipment that can help them keep pace with the speed of commerce. This historic product release puts Toyota in a position to lift up customers with the material handling solutions they need to be successful in today’s demanding market.”
From PR Newswire:
- The new reach truck models offer tailored solutions for narrow aisles and different picking and putaway needs.
- The launch also includes a low level order picker, furniture order picker, enclosed end rider and stand-up rider pallet jacks.
- TMH also introduced four electric pneumatic forklift models that combine strength and versatility while addressing sustainability objectives.
- These warehousing solutions come as a response to the growing demand for durable, reliable, energy efficient products with greater versatility and seamless operation across all applications and environments.
“When our customers speak, we listen,” says Tony Miller, TMH SVP of operations, engineering and strategic planning. “Our customers have been asking for specific and sustainable solutions that get the job done. The comprehensive group of products and solutions featured in this historic release represent Toyota’s finest engineering and capture the true spirit of collaborative design and function, with all the options, features and versatility our customers need to optimize their operations and meet their strategic initiatives.”
“Material handling operations are being influenced by multiple mega trends, and we believe this historic product launch will provide our customers with the solutions they need to meet increasing throughput demands,” says Jaksa Pejnovic, TMH VP of sales and marketing. “Consumer buying behaviors are forcing new warehousing strategies to keep up with the explosion of SKUs and the rapid rate of change. We strongly believe the introduction of all of these great new models will help us stay ahead of the industry’s rapid electrification transformation by providing our customers with solutions for any material handling challenge.”