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Global Materials Handling Joins Toyota UK Dealer Network

Toyota Material Handling UK (TMH UK) has added Saint Helens-based Global Materials Handling Ltd to its dealer network as an official Toyota dealer for the north west of England.

Global Materials Handling managing director, Andy Evans, attended a signing ceremony at the company’s premises in Haydock, which was also attended by TMH UK managing director, Nick Duckworth, and dealer manager, Robert Wright.

Established in 2010, Global Materials Handling is the fastest growing independent forklift dealer in the north west. Joining the Toyota dealer network means that the company can now offer the full Toyota range of intralogistics solutions as well as used Toyota forklift trucks and warehouse equipment, service, parts, a range of flexible and highly competitive finance and rental packages as well as operator training.

Andy Evans – who, prior to forming Global Materials Handling, began his career with Birchwood Mechanical Services, commented: “When I was with Birchwood the first forklift truck that I ever sold was a Toyota, so I am very excited to have joined the Toyota network once again.

“Global Materials Handling provides a personalised, local service tailored to our clients’ business needs. The combination of a local dealership supported by an internationally recognised manufacturer such as Toyota means that we can deliver excellent levels of service support to all of our clients – regardless of whether they operate a single truck or the largest fleet.”

Duckworth added: “Toyota has a dedicated, strategically positioned dealer network and we are extremely pleased to welcome Global Materials Handling as part of our network. Global has developed an impressive business in the region and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with the company.”

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