We Are Truly Global
Toyota Material Handling International (TMHI) covers the markets of Asia, Latin America, Oceania, Middle East and Africa with a lineup consisting of TOYOTA, BT and RAYMOND brands.
Greene Plant, USA
The Greene plant is North America's leader in manufacturing state of the art forklift trucks for the material handling industry.
Columbus Plant, USA
The Columbus plant houses Toyota's North American Headquarters and manufactures forklifts, mainly for the North American market.
Muscatine Plant, USA
The Muscatine plant manufactures warehouse machinery and equipment for the world market.
Mjölby Plant, Sweden
The Mjölby plant is one of the world’s largest producers of specialized warehousing machinery.
Bologna Plant, Italy
The Bologna plant manufactures high-quality forklift trucks developed from a passion for design and impressive engineering heritage.
Sao Paulo Plant, Brazil
The São Paulo plant assembles high-quality forklifts and stackers primarily for the local market in Brazil.
Takahama Plant, Japan
The Takahama plant is a modern forklift truck manufacturing plant with the world’s highest production capacity.
Jiangsu Plant, China
The Jiangsu plant is one of the largest forklift trucks manufacturers on the Chinese market.
Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd. (now Toyota Industries Corporation) were established to manufacture and market the automatic loom invented by Sakichi Toyoda.
The first Toyota car was produced, with the name Toyoda AA.
BT Building and Transport economy is founded, selling only products from other manufacturers at the time.
BT produces the first hydraulic hand pallet truck and the standard Euro pallet.
The Toyota Production System (TPS) is born. Established by Taiichi Ohno.
The first Toyota counterbalance truck is produced.
BT introduces the first driverless truck.
BT launches the first 48-volt reach truck and reaches 1.000.000 sales of BT Lifter.
Toyota revolutionizes forklift stability with System of Active Stability (SAS).
Toyota introduces the fleet management system I_Site.
The Lithium-Ion range is launched. A more cost-effective and safe energy source.
Toyota Industries Corporation acquires Vanderlande. Expanding our global market offer within automation and total system solutions.
Collaboration with Microsoft launching T-stream.
Industry-first with integrated Telematics as standard.