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If you broke the big boys down into separate Brands, for example if you broke Toyota down into Toyota, BT, Cesab etc. Who would be number 1. Jungheinrich and crown look very strong with only 1 brand.
  • Posted 2 Mar 2017 07:32 PM
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Interesting point [url removed] again, Toyota's turnover is bigger than Jungheinrich, Crown and Hyster/Yale added together.
  • Posted 2 Mar 2017 10:01 PM
  • exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Toyota will increase their turnover , by 2020 they will be double their nearest competitor
  • Posted 6 Mar 2017 02:27 AM
Toyota big player, water pump for a 8 series diesel 850$
  • Posted 12 Mar 2017 02:19 AM
toyota as a group or toyota as a separate brand? How will they achieve this increase in turnover?
  • Posted 14 Mar 2017 09:26 PM
  • exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Toyota group will make a couple of acquisitions over the next couple of years to put them way in front of all competitors, firstly there is the purchase of vanderlande then there will be the purchase of Hoist lift trucks next year this will allow Toyota to cover every aspect of materials handling from a automated parcel sorting up to container handling reach stackers. When you add this to their technology improvements Toyota will increase their market share
  • Posted 26 Mar 2017 03:04 AM
Toyota is pretty strong in ICE but light years away in electric equipment.

Dreamt I was fixing a machine, then came the paperwork and it turned into a nightmare.
  • Posted 27 Mar 2017 01:03 AM
  • exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
you will see that Toyota are light years ahead in electric as well. were they are now and were they will be tomorrow is very different. Toyota are the leaders in Hydrogen fuel cell light counterbalance forklifts. By 2023 to 2025 the counter balance forklift market will be 80 percent electric type product either battery or hydrogen
  • Posted 28 Mar 2017 11:56 PM
We can argue about the past and the present but not about the future. We don't know what the future will be.

Dreamt I was fixing a machine, then came the paperwork and it turned into a nightmare.
  • Posted 29 Mar 2017 12:05 AM
25 years ago we were told that by 2000 75% of all counterbalanced would be electric... Didn't happen. When I was in grade school they told us we would be driving flying cars... Didn't happen. As fast as we think things will change they seldom follow our beliefs.
  • Posted 29 Mar 2017 12:20 AM
  • • Modified 29 Mar 2017 12:21 AM by poster
  • exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The way things are going and the improvement of electric counter balance forklifts it quite a good assumption that the market will grow towards electric trucks. The North American ports are now looking at going all electric in the coming years for all their equipment and the market share for North America is around 60 percent now electric on counter balance forklift. The only real market for IC will be China and these will be manufactured by local manufactures

Electric in the last couple of years have made large improvements in efficiency, the only problem is the infrastructure and battery limitations but hydrogen fuel cell technology will change this and over time electric will be a lower overall life time cost compared to IC forklifts


a couple of years ago i would have fully agreed that electric would never take over IC as the main supplier of power for counter balance forklifts. now with the improvements and new technologies its only a matter of time even in larger forklifts it will all go electric in some way either battery or Hydrogen fuel cell
  • Posted 29 Mar 2017 03:39 AM
  • • Modified 29 Mar 2017 03:52 AM by poster
anyway, electric machines will be growing up for a long period, and it happens to battery [url removed] believe

easy moving, easy lifting
  • Posted 29 Mar 2017 06:26 PM
We have no idea which way the industry will go. While one man is investing all in developing a better hot air balloon the next one invents the plane leaving the balloon worthless. Toyota Can spend their fortune researching a certain technology just to have a better technology appear out of left field rendering Toyota's technology worthless.
The future is just a speculation thus it's a gamble.
  • Posted 31 Mar 2017 02:16 PM
  • exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The news that Hoist is to go electric on their trucks will put Toyota way infront of the like of KION, Kalmar , NACCO.

Hoist has got the jump on these in the US now and because Toyota use Hoist trucks they have benefited from this
  • Posted 8 Apr 2017 05:06 AM
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