19th September 2013

ESSA announces Toyota as the new business efficiency partner for 2014

ESSA, a trade association representing contractors and suppliers of goods and services to the exhibition industry, has formally announced its new efficiency partner is Toyota Material Handling UK. Toyota has chosen to deepen its involvement with ESSA, following a year as headline sponsor of the ESSA G50+Conference.

ESSA, a trade association representing contractors and suppliers of goods and services to the exhibition industry, has formally announced its new efficiency partner is Toyota Material Handling UK. Toyota has chosen to deepen its involvement with ESSA, following a year as headline sponsor of the ESSA G50+Conference.

Toyota’s expertise in all aspects of material handling, from truck sales to short term hire, national service to operator training, makes it a natural fit for the ESSA partnership. Toyota's greater involvement with ESSA will help the association enhance and expand the service it provides for all its members, who have already taken advantage of, amongst other things, Toyota's forklift driver training courses and special offer rates on short term hire.

Rachel Thomas, Toyota's rental operations manager, said "Our existing sponsorship of ESSA's G50 was very productive and a benefit to all involved, but we wanted to strengthen the relationship. We've chosen to become ESSA's business efficiency partner to share knowledge and work together to support ESSA members."

Chris Skeith, ESSA's director welcomed Toyota Material Handling UK as ESSA's new efficiency partner saying "ESSA has the continuing and deepening support of this outstanding company that is well aligned with the events and exhibitions industry. Toyota's combined expertise, experience and their renewed and expanded support will allow ESSA to grow its events and provide enhanced products and services in place for the benefit of all members."