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Toyota used forklifts online for 2013

Toyota Material Handling UK has welcomed in 2013 with the launch of a specialist used truck website to support customers’ needs.

The new site which was launched for 2013 provides up to date information on the used equipment available from Toyota with further information on the process involved in their preparation.

Used equipment from Toyota Material Handling UK is fully prepared in the UK
at the 200,000 square ft Toyota Fleet Management Centre based in Old Dalby.
Equipment is chosen from the Toyota hire fleet which has been serviced by
Toyota technicians throughout its first life ensuring only highest quality
units are chosen to be refurbished using the Toyota processes developed from
the world famous Toyota Production System (TPS).

Tony Wallis, Sales & Marketing Director, Toyota Material Handling UK said:
"Our used equipment is chosen from our hire fleet in line with strict
criteria ensuring only the best trucks are refurbished for their second
life. From there a range of finish levels can be requested, Silver, Gold and
Platinum, making sure that we can always find a cost effective solution for
our customers."

Used equipment is chosen by many as a cost effective solution or as a second
or third stand by truck for busier periods. With Toyota used equipment,
businesses are able to rely on the Toyota Production System’s stringent
quality standards and industrial engines which ensure used products from
Toyota are some of the most durable trucks on the market.

Tony added: "The new website from Toyota will allow customers to search our
current used product range at their own leisure, supplying them with
specification information about the trucks available and possible pricing,
enquiries can then be made and site visits arranged."

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