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Toyota Launches Tow Tractor Line

July 19, 2007 - Press Release

Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. recently launched its electric and diesel tow tractor product line in the U.S. market, designed to meet growing demand within the airline, automotive assembly plants and general warehousing industries. The newly designed Toyota electric tow tractors, available in 3,300- and 4,000-pound drawbar pull capacities, are growing in popularity for ground support equipment (GSE) operations where air quality or meeting government fleet average requirements are a factor. The diesel tow tractors, in 4,400- and 5,500-pound drawbar pull capacities, are tailored to meet the needs of baggage handling and material handling requirements that call for long runs and very high cycle operations. Toyota’s electric and diesel tow tractors were previously made available in the United States market via special order.
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