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Toyota expands heavy-duty range

Thursday, 12 November 2020 ( #1000 ) - Columbus, IN, United States
Toyota's new High-Capacity Core IC Pneumatic forklift
Toyota's new High-Capacity Core IC Pneumatic forklift
Toyota Material Handling has launched a new Toyota High-Capacity Core IC Pneumatic forklift, available in five different models ranging in capacity from 22,000 - 30,000 lb. (10 - 14 T). The forklifts are suited for lumber, steel and automotive customers, but designed with the versatility to perform a range of heavy-duty tasks where major strength is required. Assembled in the US, Toyota claims the new forklift combines quality, power, and durability. The Toyota High-Capacity Core IC Pneumatic forklift is powered by a Cummins four-cylinder diesel engine, delivering superior torque and 173 HP. Included is a Dana TE-10 transmission with electronic control. These features are complemented by the drive axle, offering maximum durability in high-capacity and outdoor applications. Engine protection and high-capacity cooling systems add another level of assurance for advanced durability. Additional features enhance operator control, comfort and safety. The range comes equipped with a 7 in. (18 cm) touch-screen display that provides key forklift information and advanced diagnostics, while fingertip controls allow operators to easily adjust hydraulic functions. The operator cabin includes low-mounted tilt cylinders and pillar-free front glass for clear, unobstructed sightlines. An optional pre-operation checklist and PIN code entry system can help limit access to only pre-approved, properly trained professionals to operate this powerful piece of equipment. Customers can also tailor orders to fit their ergonomic and comfort preferences by pairing the standard premium cab with air-ride seat and climate controls.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.