May signalled the beginning of the regional show season for Toyota Material Handling UK.

After an extensive regional show season in 2011 the Toyota team is again taking to the road to attend over 10 regional shows during the summer months of 2012.

Team members from Toyota joined a range of Toyota counterbalance forklifts and BT warehouse equipment on stand at the first regional show of the season: the Royal Bath and West Show, 30 May – 1 June.

Also on stand will be the unique Toyota before and after truck (50/50 truck), a special edition counterbalance forklift that has been developed as a live example of the exceptional quality available from Toyota’s used truck fleet and the high standard of finish available from the preparation process.

The 50/50 truck is an ex rental hire diesel counterbalance forklift which was returned to Toyota after a typical 5 year rental contract. Half of the truck has been inspected and prepared to Gold standard and the other half has been left as it was returned, illustrating the changes that take place to prepare a truck for another life.

As Toyota Material Handling UK focuses 2012 on ‘Taking Care’, visitors will have more than 10 opportunities to see the 50/50 truck and speak to a member of the local sales and service team to see how they can help support their business.

Dates for the Diary

30 May – 2 June: Royal Bath and West

7 June – 9 June: South of England

7 June – 9 June: Royal Cornwall

20 June – 21 June: Lincolnshire Show

21 June – 24 June: Royal Highland Show

27 June – 28 June: Royal Norfolk Show

10 July – 12 July: Great Yorkshire Show

13 July – 15 July: Kent County Show

24 July – 26 July: New Forest and Hampshire

14 August – 16 August: Pembrokeshire Show

The before and after truck will join a range of Toyota counterbalance and BT warehouse equipment which will be displayed at each of the shows Toyota Material Handling UK attends. By attending shows across the country customers will be given more opportunities to see the product range first hand and speak to a member of the Toyota team.

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