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Toyota named Green Supply Chain Partner by Inbound Logistics

Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. (TMHU), has been named as one of 75 Green Supply Chain Partners in Inbound Logistics Magazine’s annual listing for the third consecutive year, since the award’s inception. Chosen for this title because of their environmentally friendly solutions and manufacturing process, the ranking demonstrates Toyota’s dedication to supply chain sustainability. The companies selected are featured in the June issue.

"Inbound Logistics’ June feature profiles 75 companies in several categories of logistics service providers – from 3PLs, truckers, ports to lift truck manufacturers – which its editors determine are truly ‘walking the walk’ and committed to supply chain sustainability. The companies selected, including Toyota, have a long-standing history of supporting their customers' drive to environmental initiatives and an internal commitment to be as lean and green as possible,"  explained Felecia Stratton, editor, Inbound Logistics.

The Green 75 feature is designed to provide decision support for Inbound Logistics’ readers seeking to do business with sustainable providers. To be eligible for the ranking, companies must provide logistics service with an emphasis on eco-friendly solutions. The listing includes 75 companies, which are categorized based on the services provided.

“Toyota is honored to be named a Green Supply Chain Partner for the third consecutive year,” said Brett Wood, president of Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. “We are committed to sustainability across our operations. In addition to developing technologically advanced, fuel-efficient lift trucks, we look for ways to reduce our environmental impact and improve our operations, while supporting our dealers, suppliers and community partners in their efforts.”
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