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TMHA's new electric pallet-jack: the LPE200B. The LPE200B is a pared-back version of the existing Levio LPE200 electric pallet-jack and will come at a lower price-point with just a fortnight's lead time - available now.
Juicy Isle warehouse and logistics manager, Glen Mackenzie (left) and forklift operator, Tim Williams, on one of the new Toyota BT RRE160M electric reach forklifts. Mr Mackenzie said the new machine replaced one sold into the business 20 years ago, proving how reliable and durable the BT reach trucks are.
Tasmania's largest non-alcoholic beverage manufacturer, Juicy Isle, has recently added three new Toyota BT RRE160M electric reach forklifts to its fleet, which are at the heart of the business' warehouse operations, helping it squeeze out material handling efficiencies. The businesses' latest warehouse facility was designed in consultation with TMHA, particularly in regard to the BT reach trucks' turning circle to achieve maximum racking efficiency.
Huski, famed for its tough and reliable skid steer loaders, is set to launch its first range of Huski mini-excavators, featuring high break-out force and zero tail-swing.
TMHA's highly modified 40-foot shipping container sporting state-of-the art facilities proved to be a crowd-winner at this year's Adelaide 500, the first event in the 2020 Supercars Championship.
TMHA co-sponsored two Holden ZB Commodore race cars: one for Team 18 in Huski Construction Equipment livery, driven by Scott Pye, and the other in Toyota Forklift livery, driven by Irwin Racing's Mark Winterbottom, who finished eighth.
Smart Recycling Managing Director, Ward Petherbridge and one of the Toyota 8FBN 2.5-tonne electric forklifts
Ward Petherbridge operating one of the Toyota electric forklifts at the Smart Recycling Head Office in Dandenong, Victoria.
Having TMHA located on site at the Melbourne Markets has been central to Vince Scarso of Big Valley Produce renewing his fleet of eight 1.8 tonne 8-Series LPG-powered Toyota forklifts.
A highly modified 40-foot shipping container sporting state-of-the art facilities has proven to be a crowd-winner for Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) at this year's Bathurst 1000.
Another V8 that pleased on Mount Panorama was TMHA's hotted-up 6-litre Crate Chevrolet-engined forklift.