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Toll orders over 40 Konecranes lift trucks

Toll Group has ordered over 40 Konecranes lift trucks for its Australian operations through Konecranes’ Australian distributor United Forklift and Access Solutions

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The order consists of a wide range of FLTs, masted container handlers and reach stackers, all tailored to meet Toll’s strict requirements, the harsh Australian climate and accessibility in remote areas. All the vehicles will be fitted with Konecranes’ Trueconnect remote monitoring and numerous tailored features to help enhance safety, productivity and reliability.


Toll placed the order in Q3 2018 and will start to receive delivery in early 2019 at its sites across Australia. United’s nationwide network of service branches and on road vehicles will provide maintenance and technical support.

The order comprises several types of lift truck from the latest 'C' generation
The order comprises several types of lift truck from the latest 'C' generation

Patrik Lundbäck, Konecranes’ Sales Director, Lift Trucks says: “We are very happy and honoured to have received such a large order from Toll. This is one of the biggest orders ever for Konecranes lift trucks, and Australia is one of our largest markets. Through our distributor, United Forklifts and Access Solutions, Konecranes has delivered more than 500 lift trucks to customers in Australia in the last 20 years.”


Trent Osborne, General Manager of Marketing, Sales and Distribution at United Forklift and Access Solutions says: “We had a very strong offering with tailored innovative quality products from Konecranes, this combined with our national service reach across Australia gave Toll the solution and support they needed.”


Toll Group, part of Japan Post Holdings, has transport and logistics operations in road, rail, sea, air and warehousing.

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