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totyota material handling in charge with new battery care service

Toyota Material Handling in charge with new battery care service

Toyota Material Handling UK launches a new integrated service that offers total battery and charger solutions for the materials handling market.

Toyota Battery Care provides a complete support service for materials handling batteries and chargers including; battery and charger repairs, maintenance and service through to the complete design of battery change rooms, battery storage equipment, watering ancillaries and on-site training.

Phill Bird, after-sales director at Toyota Material Handling UK says “Looking after materials handling equipment needs to be as simple as possible; after talking to our customers we know they want to deal with one supplier for all their requirements. We offer national support, expert advice and the reliable service our customers demand, direct with us”.

The Toyota Battery Care service allows Toyota to provide a simple way for its customers to keep their batteries and chargers working safely and efficiently. Toyota’s dedicated support team respond to enquiries direct from customers and also Toyota service technicians, so the service is easily accessible to all of their customers.

Bird adds “A lack of battery maintenance is a major cause of truck failures and service is at the core of what we do. That is why we are structuring our business to meet the growing needs of our customers. At Toyota we believe that three elements contribute to reliable service; people, product and process. This is why we have developed our battery care service to offer a national network of trained technicians, competitive prices and a simple process”.

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