Toyota At Cemat 2008 26/03/2008

The big trade show CeMAT 2008 will be attracting over 100,000 visitors in Hanover, Germany in May this year. Toyota Material Handling plans to unveil a whole host of products and services this year. Using the theme stronger together Toyota forklift trucks will show the latest developments in its product range of forklifts, tow tractors and BT warehouse equipment. Toyota will also launch its new range of powered pallet trucks and stackers that will focus on simplicity, safety and durability. Toyota made a memorable impression at CeMAT 2005 when they unveiled their Toyota Fuel Cell Forklift prototype, which became a leader in the low emission forklift truck standard. Toyota forklift plan on making a splash this year also showcasing their new technologies that improve and break new ground to address environmental challenges.

The CeMAT 2008 trade show will feature 1,100 exhibitors from 35 countries, with around 60,000 trade visitors in over 80,000 square metres. Manufacturers will feature everything from forklift trucks to services and complete solutions for exact businesses. CeMAT is one of the few genuinely international trade fair for intralogistics and is usually the talk of the industry for months later. Toyota forklift will use the opportunity to showcase it market leading products and services in innovations.

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