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Toyota Forklift and Tower Investments: Partnership for Life

 

Toyota Forklift is the global market leader in Materials Handling Equipment with a reputation for safety and efficiency, innovative research & development and quality products. Tower Investments works closely with Toyota Forklift to provide an extensively valuable Forklift Rental Scheme:

“In a business environment where partnerships are key to success, we are proud to be approaching our 3rd year in a successful partnership with Tower Investments. Tower Investments continually exceed our expectations in their professional business manner and knowledge of the material handling industry”

Andrew Kihn
Key Account Manager
Toyota Forklift

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