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Transport business updates forklift fleet

Thursday, 30 Oct 2014 ( #691 ) - Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
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ABC Transport has replaced its forklift fleet with new Toyota models.
Line haul business ABC Transport has turned to Toyota again to update its fleet of forklifts.

The company replaced seven of its forklifts with new models from Toyota at its Darwin depot.

The 8-Series forklifts are used to unload and load freight to ABC Transport's prime movers, which deliver and collect freight at the Darwin depot on a daily basis.

ABC Transport CEO Jamie Eccleston says the Toyota product, which had been in use since the Darwin depot was established in 2006, performed above expectation in an environment where the freight type constantly varies.

"The feedback I've received from my operators is that the Toyota forklifts are easy to operate and they're also quick and stable, which means the job gets done efficiently."
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