CeMAT 2020, 20 - 24 April
Industrial trucks

Lean solutions are making a big impression

Toyota is giving an insightful overview at CeMAT 2018 of how to avoid waste in production and logistics. The Japanese company is transforming Pavilion 32 into a pool of "lean thinking". Anyone looking to increase their efficiency is invited to jump right in!

17 Jan. 2018

Toyota Material Handling is putting the spotlight at this year’s CeMAT on lean principles, which derive from the Toyota Production System (TPS). Visitors have the perfect opportunity to get to know and try out the Toyota "lean way of thinking". Skilled experts at the "Logiconomi Forum" are on hand to give information on important topics such as safety, automation or connectivity. One major highlight is a keynote speech by Sam Nomura, when the renowned Japanese representative for the Toyota Production System will share his views on lean thinking.

Visitors to Pavilion 32 can discover how Toyota is implementing automated solutions in manufacturing and distribution processes to improve material handling. Showcasing a whole range of automated vehicles, Toyota is demonstrating a step-by-step approach to achieving automation with a rapid return on investment. Also on show at the Toyota stand is a new control system that seamlessly regulates material handling to optimize vehicle usage, avoid unnecessary transportation and increase throughput. The company is presenting the latest version of its fleet management system, I_Site, optimized with numerous new features. Last but not least, it is offering CeMAT 2018 visitors the chance to meet its R&D team and discover "lean logistics" processes in a virtual world.

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Toyota Material Handling Europe at CeMAT

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