Toyota Names Brett Wood Vice President of Marketing, Product Planning, Dealer Development
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Toyota Material Handling U.S.A., Inc.
1 Park Plaza
Irvine, CA, 92623-7419
Press release date: February 13, 2006
IRVINE, Calif., (February 13, 2006) - Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. (TMHU) announced Brett Wood has been named vice president of marketing, product planning and dealer development. The appointment was effective January 1, 2006.
"Brett has been instrumental in helping TMHU attain and grow its leadership position," said Shankar Basu, president and CEO of TMHU. "He consistently ensures we have the right products, strategy and marketing efforts to propel us forward in the marketplace."
In his new position, Wood will be responsible for all aspects of product and strategic planning, marketing, dealer development and market representation Wood, who has been with TMHU for 16 years, most recently served as national product development, strategic planning and marketing services manager.
Wood is actively involved in several trade organizations. He is a member of Modern Materials Handling's Editorial Advisory Board and the Electric Power Research Institute's Industry Advisory Council. He also is the first individual from Toyota to have served as chairman of the engineering committee for the Industrial Truck Association (ITA).
Wood received a mechanical engineering degree from Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. He and his wife, Jamie, reside in Manhattan Beach, Calif., with their daughter, Madison.
Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. (TMHU), the number one selling lift truck supplier in the U.S. since 2002, is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and offers a full line of high-quality lift trucks sold under the Toyota brand Built on a reputation for excellence, Toyota is known for its quality, reliability and durability. In fact, third-party research indicates Toyota lift trucks rank highest in quality and value among the top competitors. Quality is the hallmark of Toyota's world-renowned Toyota Production System practiced at all Toyota manufacturing facilities, including Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing (TIEM) in Columbus, Ind. Most of the Toyota lift trucks sold in the United States are manufactured at TIEM.
Toyota's commitment to excellence in customer service extends nationwide. Sixty-nine authorized Toyota Industrial Equipment dealers, with a total of 184 dealership locations throughout the United States, offer comprehensive customer service support, including one-stop shopping for both new and Certified Used lift trucks, parts, service and financing. For more information on TMHU, please visit www.toyotaforklift.com or call 1-800-226-0009.
Contact: Melinda Beckett-Maines Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A. 949-223-7722 email@example.com
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Customer service policy
Dear sir, My wife and I recently bought a 2010 Camery SE at a dealership about 25 miles from our home because it was the only one around in the color we wanted, (barcelona red)My wife ordered a tube of touch-up paint from a dealer nearby, (4 miles) from our home. When she was called that the paint was in she went to pick it up and was told by the head manager that since we did not buy the car from them that we could not bring it to that dealership for any service. He was very forceful in this assertion, almost angery. Is this a Toyota policy. It would be a very strange policy if it is, almost as strange as this managers attitude. We would like an address in which to send a written complaint outlining this strange event and the name of someone in charge that can look into it. There is much more to this than what is mentioned here and we are seriously considering contacting a lawyer if no one gets back to us on this. Sincerely Mark and Diane 508-333-6151
Mark Shean on Nov 5, 2009 07:01
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