Toyota Industries Corporation manufactures and sells automobiles, material handling equipment, and textile machinery in Japan and internationally. It provides cars; engines for passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, and industrial equipment, as well as turbochargers and foundry parts; car air-conditioning compressors, aluminum die-cast products, and other products; DC-DC converters, rear inverters, direct-cooling devices, DC-AC inverters, and charging systems; and automotive and lift truck stamping dies, as well as parts for automobiles, materials handling equipment, and textile machinery. The company also offers lift and counterbalanced trucks, other industrial vehicles, and cleaning equipment; storage and conveying equipment, sorting equipment, and information systems; aisle, reach, stacker, order picking, and pallet trucks; sideloaders; automated storage and retrieval systems; automatic guided vehicles; in-house transporters; aerial work and scissor lift platforms; and warehousing equipment, as well as land transportation services through trucks. In addition, it provides weaving and spinning machines; and ring spinning and roving frames, combers, and cotton classing and yarn testing instruments, as well as leases materials handling systems and industrial equipment. Further, the company plans, designs, operates, and manages distribution centers; operates sports facilities; renovates and sells tube amplifiers; operates and manages employee clubs; plans and operates benefit programs; organizes and runs various events; leases real estate properties; and provides administrative processing services for payroll accounting. Additionally, it provides restaurant management, travel agency, personnel placement and contract office staffing, and patent investigation services. Toyota Industries Corporation was founded in 1926 and is headquartered in Kariya, Japan.
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