Parts supplier TVH maintained its high visibility at IMHX with its busy hospitality area well supplied with Belgian beer.
On the serious side, TVH UK key accounts manager Graham Hughes said the company was highlighting its MyTotalSource webshop, an online tool to help find any of the company’s 40 million parts.
The company debuted its GemOne telematics offering which “keeps an eye on machine maintenance and usage”, while it also showed its battery reconditioning system. “There is still a lot of prejudice about battery regeneration, so we’re showing how we can give you another two or three years of battery life.”
A separate stand hosted a wide range of TVH’s CAM attachments line.
Hughes was particularly proud of TVH’s association with the F-TEC training initiative and the company supported the trainer’s stand by bringing a hydraulics training simulator to the show. “It allows people to build a hydraulic circuit to see how it works without actually having to take a fork truck to bits,” he explained.
TVH is well advanced in changes to deal with Brexit and its approach will be reported in a future newsletter.
The above article first appeared on the forkliftaction.com website.