TMHA deemed top TMHI subsidiary


The Australian arm of Toyota Material Handling International has won the President’s Award

TMHA deemed top TMHI subsidiary
Toyota Industries Corporation president Akira Onishi, Toyota Material Handling Australia executive vice president & COO Steve Takacs, and Toyota Industries Corporation executive vice president Kazue Sasaki.

 

Toyota Material Handling International (TMHI) has recognised its local Australian arm with the President's Award for overall business excellence at its distributor awards event.

According to Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA), which broke its market share record last year, it received the award for being the "top distributor in sales and customer support categories, taking into account equipment sales, service and parts performance and overall business profitability."

Presented by Toyota Industries Corporation executive vice president Mr Kazue Sasaki in the grand ballroom of the Marriot Hotel in Nagoya, Japan, THMA says it "is the most prestigious award" on offer and sees it "take the number one position ahead of the more than 130 countries that make up the TMHI region."

Accepting the award, TMHA executive vice president and COO Steve Takacs says it is recognition for the whole TMHA company.

"Being acknowledged by our parent company for the outstanding service and support we provide to our customers is a great achievement and a fitting reward for the hard work put in by everyone in our business operation," Takacs says.

"This award comes at a very exciting time for TMHA. We are growing in staff numbers and the business is more viable than ever.

Looking at its recent launch of the new range of battery-electric Toyota counterbalance forklifts and the upcoming launch of its first Automated Guided Driverless Forklift, Takacs says it "all adds up to another year with great potential and we look forward to building on these successes through the remainder of 2016."

 

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