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The Mallawarra landscaping business recently traded in for a new 4SDK4 and a 5SDK8 Huski skid steer loader, and kept their 22-year-old 4SDK8 because of its excellent condition and reliability.
TMHA area sales manager, Thomas Machar (left) and Mallawarra Landscapes owner, Robin Cousins.
With 250 forklifts spread across its depots - the majority being Toyota 62-8FD25 8-Series 2.5 tonne diesel-powered machines - Queensland's largest family-owned transport company, Followmont Transport, has had new Toyota Material Handling forklifts exclusively at the heart of its warehousing operations for over 25 years.
Leading Australian door and window manufacturer, Wideline Windows & Doors, has vastly improved the business' labour efficiency and safety since introducing two Toyota CTB6 sit-down type towing tractors to streamline its stock carriage.
L to R - TMHA President & CEO Steve Takacs, Tier 2 winner Paul Allen from TMHA's Albury branch and TMHA Chairman, Toshi Nakazawa.
L to R - TMHA President & CEO Steve Takacs, Tier 1 winner Bob Leck and Peter Draper from TMHA's Brisbane's branch and TMHA Chairman, Toshi Nakazawa.
L to R - TMHA President & CEO Steve Takacs, 2019 Master Technician of the Year winner Matthew White, TMHA Chairman Toshi Nakazawa
L to R - TMHA President & CEO Steve Takacs, 2019 National Apprentice of the Year winner Liam Manly, TMHA Chairman Toshi Nakazawa
Left-to-right: Ming and Susan Shan, TMHA area sales manager Michael Tsougranis and Steve Hopkins with the 86 prize, which is intended for the Shang's daughter. Mr Shang said he has no plans to change forklift brands from Toyota "Because they just keep working".
TMHA national sales manager - Retail, Steve Hopkins, handing over the keys to forklift customer, Ming Shang, winner of Toyota Material Handling's "Win A New Toyota 86 GT" competition.