Electric pallet jacks, also known as pallet trucks, are designed to help with lifting and transporting heavy loads throughout the warehouse. Ideal for loading and unloading loads from trailers, these Toyota Electric Walkie Pallet Jacks are useful in most any warehouse application. Highly maneuverable and reliable Toyota’s 8HBW23 Electric Pallet Jacks are guaranteed to increase productivity at your facility. These units offer an innovative compact design that’s specifically engineered to enhance space utilization in cramped restricted work environments.
If you’re in the market for a pallet jack – now is the time to buy! The high-quality Toyota Electric Walkie Pallet Jack that makes hauling product throughout the warehouse safe, convenient and efficient. The Toyota’s Electric Pallet Jack model 8HBW23 is on sale thru July 31st 2017. Ideally suited for mid-distance operations, Toyota’s 8HBW23 Electric Pallet Jack models feature their click to creep function, steel battery case, electronic brake release, stainless steel linkage pins and the IP65 electric system.
Shoppa’s Material Handling has partnered with Toyota Industries Commercial Finance, Inc. (TCIF), a subsidiary of Toyota Industries Global Commercial Finance, Inc. based in Dallas Texas, to launch an e-commerce website for the lease, rental or sale of pre-owned, late-model used material handling forklifts.
The new venture, National Off Lease Equipment Center, combines the large selection of late model Toyota forklifts coming off lease nationwide and offering them to the public through the new e-commerce website with the benefits of a local dealer. Shoppa’s Material Handling will be responsible for housing much of the inventory, inspecting the forklifts, servicing, repairing and delivering the units ordered to the customers’ location.
Texas weather is known for being unpredictable and can leave roofing and building material suppliers and contractors scrambling to quickly and efficiently move supplies and bulk materials to meet demands during peak seasons.
While the weather is unpredictable, having a reliable material handling partner like Shoppa’s Material Handling takes the guesswork out of meeting the material handling challenges that suppliers and contractors face when a storm hits.
Toyota Material Handling introduces their newest lineup of innovative warehouse equipment, which offers up a variety of solutions for a multitude of a warehouse application needs.
Shoppa’s Material Handling is a distinguished Toyota dealer and is excited to provide the North Texas area with material handling equipment necessary for achieving efficiency and productivity in warehouses, logistics centers, manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical facilities or retail storefronts.
Forklifts are an essential part to operation productivity in a warehouse and there are many components when you are considering the purchase of material handling equipment. There are advantages of purchasing a pre-owned forklift that can often make it a better solution than other options depending on your company usage and budget needs. It can reduce your spending cost, presents a wide range of options and offers a larger fleet with longer service.
Purchasing forklifts that are pre-owned will help you save on the price tag where it matters without having to abandon quality. Used forklifts can be a smart investment because the price is significantly lower than the cost of a new machine but low cost doesn’t always represent low performance.
Shoppa’s Material Handling and Toyota are offering the complete equipment solutions package for your warehouse or distribution center that will increase productivity, safety and efficiency. Recently Toyota has enhanced their narrow aisle equipment offering with new, innovative models ideal for warehouses and logistic center applications.
After a few years of significantly reduced amounts, IRS Section 179 is back as an incentive to help businesses invest in themselves while boosting the economy.
On December 18, 2015, The “Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015” was passed. This act now permanently expands the Section 179 deduction limit to $500,000. This gives businesses the advantage of planning purchases rather than last minute incentives with greatly fluctuating deduction limitation amounts.
Ever wish you had an easier way to track and analyze data for your material handling equipment? Shoppa’s Material Handling is happy to announce Toyota’s new vehicle management systems can help you become more efficient, more productive and more profitable. The new T-Matics vehicle system is divided into two product offerings to better meet customer needs.
Flux Power, the preferred power partner of Shoppa’s Material Handling and Toyota Industrial Equipment, has developed an advanced lithium battery solution for the Toyota 7HBW23 and will be showcasing its unparalleled features and capabilities at ProMat 2015 in Chicago.