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Previously, TMHA's dedicated battery-electric models covered one to five tonne capacities. The new additions to the range such as the seven-tonne 9FBM70T (pictured) open vast opportunities for businesses seeking to reduce their emissions and also seek reductions in noise, harshness and vibrations (NHV) for their fleet and operators.


TMHA has added four new counterbalanced forklifts to its line-up: the 9FBMT Traigo, a top-of-the-range, heavy-duty dedicated-electric counterbalanced forklift in the form of six, seven and eight tonne load-carrying capacities.


TMHA exclusively partnered with longstanding racking partner, Caddy Storage, on the new HiAce's configuration including the racking, drawers and sliders, parts storage, oil, batteries and safety equipment.


The new HiAces provide multiple benefits for TMHA service technicians, the business' footprint and the same high degree of service and support for its customers, nationally.


TMHA is progressively upgrading its 300 plus-strong fleet of service vans to Toyota's newest-generation HiAce. the entire fleet of HiAce service vans will be replaced with the new model, which has been completely redesigned for the first time in 15 years.

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Warrandale Industries' original Toyota Rassler Skid Steer. Director Rob Buruma said the SDK8 was purchased in 1985 for what was at that time a reasonable price for a machine that demonstrated good reliability.


A five-strong fleet of new Toyota Huski skid steer loaders is the latest 'engine room' driving the success of Warrandale Industries, one of Victoria's largest landscaping businesses.

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An East Coast Beverage employee operating one of its 15 Toyota forklifts, dressed in the business' colours.

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East Coast Beverages Sydney Markets Manager, Sam Lentini who says 'the SAS system is another reason the business' forklift fleet is exclusively Toyota.'

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This is the fourth time in the last five years, TMHA has won the International President's Award

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