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"Supporting the iconic Australian-manufactured business' expansion plans, the fleet now includes four Toyota-Raymond 730-DR32TT Double Deep Reach Trucks, two 8FBE18 and one 8FBN25 Toyota Battery Electric Counterbalance forklifts, Bravi Sprint elevated work platforms, Toyota Walkie Stackers and a Toyota 32-8FG30 LPG Counterbalance forklift with Cascade hydraulic fork-widening attachment."

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Zip Heaters' Glenn Bucknell said he updated his aging fleet from another supplier with new Toyota Material Handling equipment to support the business' large investment in an expanded production line that greatly increases output.

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Choice Chips has a 1200 square-metre warehouse with a 220 pallet-capacity, 350 square-metre freezer that helps the business sell over 65 tonnes of chips, weekly. Mr Xydas said the Toyota forklifts and reach trucks are "Unbelievably good" and can handle any pallet required.

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Choice Chips owner, Michael Xydas bought his first Toyota forklift 26 years ago and has recently acquired a new 2.5-tonne 32-8FG25 counterbalance which he values for its durability and safety systems.

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Mr Foster said his gas-powered 1.8-tonne 32-8FG18 more than equals the capabilities of an older, larger machine from another brand and its smaller turning circle allows far greater mobility in his cramped warehouse. So happy has he been with his new machine that he provided exceptional responses in a recent Customer Satisfaction Survey.

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Illawarra Office Choice's Simon Foster said he's been thrilled with the performance of his new 8 Series 32-8FG18 counterbalance forklift over the past 18 months, and equally impressed by TMHA's after-sales service.

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Left-to-right: Happy customers and siblings with their Toyota forklifts, Elizabeth, David and Jannene van der Plaat.

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Cooma H Hardware staffer operating the Toyota SP850 electric walk-behind sweeper in the drive-through area, where otherwise grime, dirt and dust would accumulate.

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Thriving truss- and frame-making business, High Country Truss and Frames, and Cooma H Hardware, have experienced exponential growth over the last 10 years thanks to a fleet of Toyotas equipped to handle bourgeoning workloads.

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MD Industries' Matt De Bono said the 1.6 tonne Huski mini excavator's excellent break-out force for its size was key to its utility and transportability.

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