About TCM

TCM’s heritage reaches back to its creation in Japan the middle of the last century, when its founding business produced the country’s first forklift. TCM is now an established brand across Europe, Asia and the USA. Products are designed and built in Europe based on Japanese engineering and technology. Serving the UK though its network of independent dealerships TCM also has its centrally located UK base in Thame, Oxfordshire. Today TCM through its dealer network strive to be a reliable, value-driven and trusted partner. TCM has been an industrial pioneer and a leader in the logistics industry since its origins in Japan since in 1949, when they produced the first forklift truck. Today TCM is dedicated to building integrated materials handling systems that are the finest in the world. TCM products have an excellent reputation among their users for durability and reliability and simplicity. Rather than stand-alone equipment, TCM is committed to taking a comprehensive, systematic approach to smarter material handling systems and integrated logistics processes.

TCM THE RELIABLE, TRUSTED PARTNER IN FORKLIFTS

TCM’s operating beliefs are to produce and provide simply engineered, reliable and easily maintained products that offer economical cost of ownership and efficient operation. The aim is to ensure that products are easy to work with and to manage.

Working in partnership with its dealer network, this simply reliable approach places TCM as the leading value-driven forklifts brand.

The business origins is based on a Nissan, Atlet and UniCarrier pedigree with European design and manufacture of all its products.

SIMPLY RELIABLE

TCM offer reliable and durable forklifts for industrial applications. Users can cover all industrial truck requirements indoors and outdoors. For warehouse uses, forklifts are available for loading and unloading, transporting, stacking and picking. They have load capacities from 800 to 3 000 kg and reach lifting heights up to 15 850 mm.

The range includes counterbalance trucks for outdoors and indoor operation with an electric drive or diesel and gas engine options. CB truck load capacities are up to 10 000 kg are available with a maximum lift height of 7000 mm. TCM’s industry experience covers all area of manufacturing, retail, wholesale logistics and distribution. As a forklift provider TCM remains committed to problem solving with simple solutions and smart innovation.

 

At TCM offer reliable and durable forklifts for industrial applications. Users can cover all industrial truck requirements indoors and outdoors. For warehouse uses, forklifts are available for loading and unloading, transporting, stacking and picking. Trucks have load capacities from 800 to 3 000 kg and reach lifting heights up to 15 850 mm.

The range includes counterbalance trucks with electric drive or combustion engine options for internal and outdoor operation, with load capacities up to 10 000 kg and a maximum lift height of 7 000 mm. Our industry experience stretches back over half a century and our drive for excellence and quality remains as strong as ever.

Present in more than 30 European countries, and 79 countries worldwide

TCM is part of a global materials handling products business that stretches across Europe and around the global. The UK product range is manufactured in its group production facilities in Spain with product development, engineering, technical and training resources located in Sweden.

THE GLOBAL FORCE IN FORKLIFTS

European production

Production in Sweden

Total size: 18 000 sqm
Annual capacity: 12 000 units
Employees: 200

Production in Spain

Total size: 25 300 sqm
Annual capacity: 13 000 units
Employees: 185

Production in Sweden

Total size: 18 000 sqm
Annual capacity: 12 000 units
Employees: 200

Production in Spain

Total size: 25 300 sqm
Annual capacity: 13 000 units
Employees: 185

UniCarriers shareholders

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Forklift & Engine Turbocharger Holdings, Ltd. holding 65.0% and Mitsubishi Nichiyu Forklift Co., Ltd. holding 35.0%, making UniCarriers a sub-subsidiary of MHI