Vision

TMHG’s vision is that through being a total solution provider for the material handling business, we contribute to a comfortable society and enriched lifestyles.

TMHG does this by offering a broad range of products, centered on a full range of forklifts complemented by a comprehensive range of business solutions such as Fleet management, Rental, Used, Finance and After sales services. This is achieved by offering products for every situation in the material handling business and by consistently delivering products of the highest quality, safety and efficiency.

To guarantee that we meet or exceed our customer expectations TMHG have control of the whole process, from research and development, production, sales and after sales to be able to guarantee that quality is delivered and maintained in each step and at same time have Environmentally Responsible Products and Production.

Vision 2020

To contribute to a comfortable society and enriched lifestyles.

Vision 2020 focuses on three areas; 3Es (Environment, Ecology and Energy), Value Chain and World Market.

3ES

Contributing in realizing a society with minimum environmental impact through technological innovation in environment/energy areas.

Value Chain

Create new business value by strengthening both hardware and software development by cultivating technology “seeds”.

World Market

To continue to develop businesses all over the world and meticulously respond to each region’s customer needs.

Core Values

To support our vision and goal of contributing to a comfortable society and enriched lifestyles, we have based the TMHG Core Values on the Toyoda precepts, the original teachings of Sakichi Toyoda. These precepts are the cultural compass for what we do and how we do it. Together they form a positive and progressive cycle which enables us to continuously improve ourselves and our surroundings, moving us closer to our vision. This is manifested daily in our products and solutions.

The spirit of Toyota’s founder Sakichi Toyoda has been encapsulated in the Toyoda Precepts which serve as all of Toyota Industries corporate creed.

● Always be faithful to your duties, thereby contributing to the company and the overall good.

● Always be studious and creative, striving to stay ahead of the times.

● Always be practical and avoid frivolousness.

● Always strive to build a homelike atomosphere at work that is warm and friendly.

● Always have respect for spiritual matters, and remember to be grateful at all times.

History

In 1956, the Materials Handling Equipment business of Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) started selling the first forklift through Toyota Motor Sales Co., Ltd. (now Toyota Motor Corporation).

The biggest turning points for the business are the acquisition of BT Industries AB in 2000 and integration of Toyota Motor Corporation’s industrial equipment sales and marketing operation in 2001 into TICO group.

In 2006, all brands were placed under Toyota Material Handling Group (TMHG). Through this organization, efforts are being made to pursue synergies among the historically strong brands with the aim of further strengthening global competitiveness.

TMHG will continue to grow to be a strong presence that meets diverse needs in the logistics workplace in countries and regions worldwide.

1926

Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd. (now Toyota Industries Corporation) established to manufacture and market Automatic Loom invented by Sakichi Toyoda.

1933

Automobile Department set up to manufacture automobiles.

1937

Automobile Department separates and becomes Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. (now Toyota Motor Corporation)

1956

First TOYOTA forklift (Model LA 1-ton) is introduced.

1959

Export operations start, which greatly expanded during the 1960's.

1970

Starts operations at the Takahama Plant.

1988

The first production site outside Japan, Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, Inc., established in Columbus, Indiana, USA.

1992

Launches the Materials Handling System Division.

2000

BT Industries joins Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) Group.

2001

Takes over the industrial equipment sales division of Toyota Motor Corporation.

2006

Toyota, BT, and Raymond integrated into Toyota Material Handling Group (TMHG)

2016

First FC forklift launched in Japan.

Contact us

Warehouse 5-A Dow Jones Bldg.
KM 19 West Service Rd. Sucat, Paranaque City

toyotasales@toyotaforklifts-philippines.com

Telephone:
(02) 821-1414
(02) 821-3030