Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A.
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Headquarters Columbus, IN
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Toyota Material Handling, USA (TMHU) doesn't make the kind of forks you can lift to your mouth. A subsidiary of Toyota Industries, the #1 selling lift truck supplier in the US manufactures and distributes a full line of forklifts and material handling equipment bearing the Toyota name. In addition to its electric, diesel, and liquefied propane gas lifts, TMHU offers aerial lifts, pallet trucks, order pickers, and accessories, such as backup alarms, lights, and mirrors. TMHU also stands as the sole maker of compressed natural gas powered lift trucks. Of all the TMHU's... More

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An industry leader and a great place to work.

  Current Employee in Irvine, CA

Pros: TMHU continues to lead the market and has a great future with a lot of opportunity for growth. A lot of people at TMHU are bitter about the closure of the headquarters from Irvine, CA to Columbus, IN, however it's really going to put the company in… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Columbus, IN Aug 2013 – Reviewed Apr 14, 2014

Interview Details – Contacted by HR to discuss background, skills and motivation for seeking this position. I walked through my resume and there wee no real difficult or technical follow-up questions. I sensed goal was to confirm I was qualified, created no red flags, and could communicate professionally.
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