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TT Logistics most-recently acquired two new Taylor Dunn Stockchasers and three new Toyota RRE160M reach truck forklifts with 8500mm lift masts fitted. Its Adelaide site also uses Toyota 8FBE18 and 8FBN25 counterbalance forklifts, plus Toyota OSE120CB order-picking trucks.

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Left-to-right: TT Logistics senior manager, Business Development, Patrick Ingenegeren, TT Logistics senior manager, Operations, Nick Klironomos, and TMHA South Australia area sales manager, Derek Baxter.

The businesses share the same principles and ways of doing work, and TT Logistics has aligned with TMHA as its material handling equipment partner.

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Beta Spuds CEO, Matthew Cocciolone right in the middle of the action, with one of the new forklifts acquired by the business.

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Beta Spuds has a long history of innovating with technology designed to streamline its production processes. As such, it adopted TMHA's I Site telematics system for all forklifts, helping its operations managers to understand vehicle status, driver performance and overall productivity in their material handling operations.

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Beta Spuds CEO Matthew Cocciolone recently made a large investment in seven 32-8FG20 and two 32-8FG30 new Toyota forklifts.


A HIMAC Pallet Fork with Grapple attachment, which Mr Fox described as being "worth its weight in gold" enables the Toyota Huski to lift and hold large timber logs without losing control of the load, whilst traversing uneven ground.


Fox in the Woods owner, Justin Fox, said his new Toyota 5SDK9 skid steer loader enabled him to move 30 tonnes of timber in a single day.


Ki-Ki Engineering predominantly makes large-scale stone-rollers used in broadacre farming to prepare soil ahead of sowing crops. This involves intensive handling of steel plate, steel square tubing, and steel flat bar, and moving steel pieces into position for welding.


Proud owner of Toyota forklifts for over 40 years, Ki-Ki Engineering partnership owner, Laurens Verhees, said the 20-year and still-going performance of his its 2.5-tonne Toyota 62-7FD25 greatly influenced his decision to but a new 3-tonne Toyota 8FD30 forklift, based on its proven quality, reliability and durability.


The business is also the exclusive Western Australia agent for ISRI premium driver seats. It's new 8FG30 was delivered in the colours of Mr Spouge's favourite AFL team, The West Coast Eagles, thanks to TMHA's Tony McGuire.

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