Our Logiconomi approach

Toyota Material Handling has a forward-thinking approach to the development of efficient, economic logistics processes, involving lean-practices, innovation and collaboration with like-minded partners. We have a name for the way we think: we call it Logiconomi.

Apply lean thinking to logistics

  • Working with our stakeholders on latest trends
  • Give answers
  • Inspire for the future

Our Logiconomi-thinking leads us to ask questions and find the right answers – to work with customers and other forward-thinking businesses to identify future needs and develop products and services that meet those requirements.

Logiconomi student awards

Part of our approach is our Logiconomi student awards programme, designed to encourage fresh, youthful and innovative thinking for material handling. 

The 4th edition of Toyota Logistic Design Competition is now open.

The 4th Toyota Logistic Design Competition 2020 is looking for baggage handling solutions

Organised every two years by Toyota Material Handling Europe, the 2020 edition of the Toyota Logistic Design Competition is now open. This year's competition theme 'Baggage handling: Can you make it fly?' focuses on baggage handling solutions for airports. In this edition, the formerly European competition opens its door to design students all over the globe.

Toyota Logistic Engineering Challenge


Shadows of a Swarm truck

Future technology

Smart Logistics and Logiconomi give you solutions available today and show our vision for the future.


An autopilot doing horizontal transportation

Automated solutions

Our automated range of trucks and load carriers offers advanced, flexible solutions for more efficient, cost-effective goods handling.


Close up on SAS logo on truck

System of Active Stability

This innovation supports safety and helps drive down driver and damage costs for business by monitoring forklift operations. 


Driver on lithium-ion truck in warehouse

Our unique Li-ion range

Lithium-ion batteries have proven to be 30% more energy-efficient than lead-acid batteries, significantly reducing CO2 emissions.