For over 50 years Toyota Material Handling has been proudly partnering Australian business with our leading range of material handling products. Our 100% national branch network comprises over 800 staff, all committed to delivering the highest levels of customer service.
The world's largest forklift supplier*, Toyota Material Handling has been at the forefront of the Australian materials handling market and a pioneer in making forklifts more productive, safer and cost-effective for over 50 years. And whilst we are proud of being a market leader, our commitment and support for our customers has always extended well beyond just the supply of new products.
Our national 100% owned network of Toyota Material Handling Australia branches means that when you partner with us, you are dealing directly with the factory. We have over 800 staff, with over 450 of those involved in service and parts support to maximise uptime of your equipment. Coupled with our 300+ mobile service vans, we are dedicated to delivering you the highest levels of customer service possible. Our service commitment is driven by our dedication to continuous improvement or ‘Kaizen’ – one of the core pillars of the Toyota way of doing business.
We work every day to deliver practical services and innovative solutions that produce real, bottom line benefits for Australian businesses. We recognise that choosing the right supplier is just as important as selecting the forklifts and warehouse equipment that most completely meet your needs. Whether we are supplying a single spare part or helping to manage your entire fleet, our objective and commitment remains the same – adding value to your operation.
That’s the Toyota Advantage.
Toyota Material Handling has the widest range of forklifts and battery-electric warehouse products available in Australia, ensuring that whatever your requirements we have a suitable material handling solution. If you are after a new Toyota forklift sale or purchase, forklift rental or hire, or a used forklift, we can assist with your requirements. Within Australia, over 80,000 Toyota forklifts have been sold, and the brand has been the Australian counter-balance forklift market leader since 1987. Toyota's selection of internal combustion and battery-electric counterbalance forklifts range from 0.9 tonnes right up to a massive 24.0 tonnes, plus a comprehensive range of AGV's (driverless forklifts).
Toyota's range of forklift products are developed by personnel who can utilise the advantages of Toyota's advanced manufacturing technologies, and built to the same exceptional standards of quality and reliability as the company's automotive products. These two components are the key to Toyota Material Handling's success, and a major reason why so many customers continue to buy Toyota Material Handling products time and time again.
In addition to our range of forklifts and warehouse equipment, Toyota Material Handling Australia also distributes the Toyota range of Huski skid steer loaders, Huski mini-excavators and Huski scissor lifts, along with tow tractors, lift platforms, sweepers and scrubbers, and Taylor Dunn electric vehicles.
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Toyota Material Handling Australia's commitment to customer satisfaction extends nationwide, thanks to one of the finest branch networks in Australia. There are major Toyota Material Handling outlets for forklift sales and rentals located throughout every state of Australia. We have over 800 staff, with over 450 of those involved in service and parts support to maximise uptime of your equipment. Coupled with our 300+ mobile service vans, we are dedicated to delivering you the highest levels of customer service possible.
Our main Toyota Material Handling branches are located in the below areas -
For a complete list of Toyota Material Handling branches for forklift sales, service, hire, rental and parts please click here.
Toyota Material Handling can help provide solutions to your material handling requirements with a free, no obligation inspection at your premises.
We can help resolve issues such as:
Things to consider when deciding to buy or rent a forklift -
A good starting point is to look at what type of goods that you are handling. Make sure to analyse the following:
Please keep in mind that this is a material handling guide only. For information regarding the forklift solution which best fits your application please call us on 1800 425 438 to arrange your free site inspection and material handling equipment review.
Toyota Material Handling is committed to responsible environmental policies and the development of processes to reduce forklift emission levels. By employing automobile technologies, cleaner and powerful engines have been developed. Advanced Toyota technology also ensures lower noise and vibration levels, and reduced fuel consumption levels.
Toyota Material Handling actively positions environmental preservation as one of its top priority management issues, and continuously sets environmental goals, and creates plans to achieve them.
Toyota has continued improving the level of exhaust emissions from its engines. Our environmental activities are underpinned by its Environmental Action Plan and Environmental Management Systems.
The Toyota Industries Group will continue to set challenging targets aimed at further reducing the environmental impact of its business activities, listening carefully to voices of its stakeholders such as customers, and acting in compliance with the letter and spirit of laws and regulations.
The Toyota Industries Group will continuously improve its environmental management, placing environmental activities among its highest priorities. In particular, the company will give priority to the following items.
Curb global warming: Aiming to reduce energy consumption and the output of greenhouse gases through the entire lifecycle of its products, services, and production activities
Use resources more efficiently: Utilising raw materials, water, and other resources efficiently while working to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste products
Reduce environmental risk factors: Reducing the use and output of harmful chemical substances of concern while evaluating environmental risk factors at the planning stage of business activity in order to prevent pollution
The Toyota Industries Group will aim to foster greater communication and teamwork within a wide range of partnerships, including those with customers and suppliers, in order to promote sustainable management of the environment. In addition, the Toyota Industries Group will act as an upstanding corporate citizen, taking an active part in the planning of activities that contribute to various regional communities as well as to our global society.
Furthermore, we are committed to comply with standards required by relevant environmental legislation and regulations.
Toyota's R&D division have made natural resource conservation and environmental protection corporate-wide commitments. By employing automobile technologies, cleaner and powerful engines for industrial equipment have been developed. In addition to lowering noise, exhaust emissions, vibration and fuel consumption, advanced filter and converter technology ensures cleaner emissions from diesel and gasoline engines.
Toyota's commitment to the environment is evident in the eco-friendly management systems that are used in our production facilities (ex. ISO 14001 obtained by Takahama Plant).
This commitment extends to our products:
- We are committed to developing battery-powered forklifts with the same performance levels as IC models.
- DPF-II (Diesel Particulate Filter) used to reduce emissions from diesel engines.
- 3-way Catalytic Converter System used to reduce harmful emissions from diesel engines.
- Vehicles, which run on clean energy such as LPG or CNG (compressed natural gas), emitting extremely low levels of SOx, which is a major cause of global warming and acid rain.
- Plus every Toyota forklift is manufactured to be 99% recyclable.
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