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Toyota Tonero used in construction industry

Toyota supporting the potato industry at BP 2017

Showing their on-going commitment to agriculture and particularly the potato industry, Toyota Material Handling UK will be showcasing its range of quality forklifts and hand pallet trucks at BP2017, 22nd & 23rd November 2017 at Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate.
Farming specification Toyota Tonero

Located on stand 161 the Toyota team will be on hand to talk to visitors about their materials handling operations, from simple hand pallet trucks to the latest range of engine and electric-powered forklifts. 

The trucks on show have been chosen for their suitability to work in the potato and agriculture sector, and include: the farming specification Toyota Tonero diesel forklift truck, with a number of options to tailor it for agricultural applications including an LED light bar and a canvas cab and the unique Toyota half refurbished forklift, showing the ‘before and after’ of the preparation process. All Toyota counterbalance forklift trucks come with the patented System of Active Stability (SAS) and purpose built industrial engines as standard, making them ideal for tough applications.

 Also on the stand will be the BT Pro Lifter manual hand pallet truck that features unique Pro Start technology which helps to get loads moving with 67% less effort than a standard hand pallet truck.

 Fintan Schneider, regional sales manager at Toyota Material Handling UK, comments: “The potato and agriculture industry is an important sector for Toyota, and BP2017 provides the ideal platform to demonstrate our comprehensive range of products and supporting business solutions. Visitors to our stand will be able to see our ongoing commitment to deliver a diverse range of products and services designed to meet the specific demands of the potato industry.”

Visit Toyota at BP2017 (Stand 161) on the 22nd – 23rd November.  To find out more call 0370 850 1409.

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