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The Toyota Material Handling Australia national head office and branch management team attending the opening of the new facility in Gepps Cross, South Australia.
Ongoing Adelaide branch growth was a behind the move to the brand-new 12,000m2 facility in Gepps Cross, South Australia, which features a workshop three times the previous size.
TMHA's state-of-the art Adelaide facility was recently opened by South Australian Government treasurer, the Hon Rob Lucas MLC (cutting ribbon), TMHA President & CEO, Steve Takacs (opposite), chairman Toshi Nakazawa (far left) and general manager - Branch Operations South, Hamish Harper (far right).
TMHA Orange opens new state-of-the art facility
Mr Stevens said Digga's operators also appreciate the Toyota Forklifts because they're practical to use - with fantastic ergonomics and drivability.
TMHA's Martin Gross (left) with Digga's Micah Stevens. The attachment manufacturer has a new fleet of eight Toyota 8FBE20 2-tonne 3-wheel forklifts (all electric) to keep the heart of its material handling operations pumping.
With the exception of Victoria, former Taylor-Dunn retailers will no longer have rights to sell products such as its SC-100 Stockchaser (depicted). TMHA says its commitment to making the range of Taylor-Dunn products part of its national branch network will bring a great deal of confidence to existing and prospective customers in Australia.
TMHA has been appointed as the exclusive distributor of all Taylor-Dunn products, such as the depicted Bigfoot electric utility vehicle, in Australia.
The 1.6-tonne capacity Toyota BT RAE160 reach forklift, featuring a 10-metre mast, is joined on the TMHA stand by a Taylor-Dunn stock-chaser and TMHA's latest-model ride-on and walkie-stacker forklifts, scrubber dryers and stock-pickers, for the expo's duration.
Toyota Material Handling Australia is for the first time publicly showcasing its autonomous (operator-less) Toyota BT RAE160 reach forklift (rear left) at Melbourne's Auspack expo.