Toyota Industrial Equipment launches forklift vehicle management system

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Toyota Industrial Equipment has launched the company’s first vehicle management system, T-Matics. The system, which includes dashboard-style, web-based reporting, is available for factory order from April 1, 2015.

“T-Matics has been in development for more than two years,” said Terry Rains, TMHU vice-president of aftermarket sales. “Strong research and collaboration between Toyota, our partners and our dealers have strengthened our fleet management offerings and greatly increased the level of customer support we can provide.”

T-Matics, is made up of two products: T-Matics Mobile and T-Matics Command. T-Matics Mobile, which works on cellular signal, is ideal for fleets that may rotate facilities, while T-Matics Command is optimal for fleets in fixed locations. Both systems help increase efficiency and uptime by tracking both current usages and long-term operating trends.

“T-Matics is a solutions-based product that helps cut costs while concurrently improving productivity,” said Jewell Brown, TMHU national manager of fleet management. “The flexibility, customizable features and infrastructure of T-Matics helps customers in nearly all applications across the US and Canada make better, more informed fleet management, purchasing, servicing and logistical decisions.”

Toyota Industrial Equipment’s T-Matics is the ideal solution for any warehouse or distribution center manager looking to increase productivity and profitability.

April 2, 2015

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