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padilla6710 posts on Mar 2, 2010

Toyota Material Handling to Present at Propane Engine Fuel Summit (Free Webinar)

Toyota Material Handling U.S.A., Inc. (TMHU) today announced that Martin Boyd, national product planning and marketing manager, will present at the Propane Engine Fuel Summit on March 3. Taking place near Washington, D.C. and accessible via live Webcast, the event will feature a variety of speakers from corporate, government and manufacturing industries discussing current and future applications of the clean alternative fuel source¾propane.

Boyd will present on the state of propane use in today’s lift truck market, highlighting propane as an alternative fuel source and the economic and environmental benefits it can provide. The presentation also will cover details on how companies can leverage government incentive programs to upgrade their lift truck fleets with newer and cleaner equipment.

“Presenting at the Propane Engine Fuel Summit will allow Toyota to educate multiple audiences about the use of propane as an alternative fuel source,” said Martin Boyd, national product planning and marketing manager for TMHU. “We are excited to demonstrate the capabilities of propane for lift trucks and the great future this fuel source provides.”

For additional information or to register for the free Webinar, visit:

About Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc.

Celebrating more than 40 years of established operations in the United States, Irvine, Calif.-based TMHU has been the No. 1 selling lift truck supplier in the U.S. since 2002 and currently offers a full line of high-quality lift trucks sold under the Toyota brand. TMHU, as the sole United States distributor for Aichi, now also offers a line-up of aerial work lifts, including scissor lifts, crawler and wheeled boom lifts designed specifically to meet a wide range of indoor and outdoor needs.

Quality, durability and reliability are the hallmarks of the Toyota Production System practiced at TIEM. Most of the Toyota lift trucks sold in the United States are manufactured at TIEM, a zero-landfill facility, in Columbus, Ind.

TIEM, and all Toyota manufacturing plants in the U.S. and Canada, comply with the ISO 14001 standard from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and have been honored for their environmental management systems and dedication to continuous improvement.

Toyota’s commitment to excellence in customer service extends nationwide. Sixty-eight authorized Toyota Industrial Equipment dealers, with a total of 188 dealership locations throughout the United States offer comprehensive customer service and support, including one-stop shopping for both new and used lift trucks, rentals, parts and service, fleet servicing and financing. For more information on TMHU, please visit, or


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