|TCM LIFT TRUCKS
TCM Corporation> - A Fork Lift Truck Pioneer
TCM Corporation, a pioneer in the material handling industry, builds lift trucks that meet or exceed the most demanding industrial applications. TCM is committed to minimizing ownership costs while maximizing profitable productivity. TCM has become a global leader in material handling by consistently delivering these benefits to our customers.
TCM began its “pioneering spirit” in 1949 by designing and manufacturing Japan’s first lift truck. Over the past 59 years, TCM has expanded its list of firsts in material handling equipment. These innovations include the first wide view mast and the first cushion valve control system, which make material handling safer and more productive. Today, TCM continues to work with its customers to develop equipment advancements for the changing needs of the marketplace.
TCM Lift trucks meet all applicable safety standards, both foreign and domestic, as well as current EPA emissions regulations. TCM design and engineering excellence has been awarded the Japanese Award. To assure outstanding quality, TCM has ISO 9001 certification.
History of Accomplishments:
1949 - TCM manufactures the first lift truck in Japan.
1950 - TCM begins export of lift trucks
1960 - TCM enters licensing agreement and joint marketing agreement with Clark Equipment
1961 - TCM is listed on the big board of Tokyo Stock Exchange
1979 - TCM designs and markets the first high visibility mast
1988 - TCM Manufacturing is established in Columbia South Carolina U.S. with a 160 000 sq ft factory
1999 - TCM is the world’s eighth (8th) largest lift truck manufacturer. TCM is larger than Caterpillar, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Clark and Daewoo
Our Valued customers include:
Anheuser Busch, Best Buy, Campbell’s Soup, Coca-Cola, Conagra, CTX Freight Lines, Dial Soap, E.I. DuPont, 84 Lumber, Emery Air Freight, Evinrude, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, Godiva Chocolates, Harley Davidson, International Paper, Kelloggs, Kimberly Clark, Kraft Foods, M&M Mars, Pepsi Cola, Perdue, Proctor & Gamble, Roadway Express, Sears & Roebuck, Sharp Electronics, Staples, Target, Toshiba, U.S. Army, Yellow Freight Trucking, and many more.