Toyota Material Handling Europe is the Official Partner for material handling equipment at the Olympic & Paralympic Games Paris 2024. Working in collaboration with Toyota Motor the promise is to ensure seamless, effortless, and flexible mobility for all, including both people and goods. A key objective is to ensure carbon neutrality for all of Toyota’s activities at the event, which means electrification of all forklifts - including the use of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Our aim is to deliver mobility to the Olympic & Paralympic Games in the same way that we deliver for our customers, and the way we deliver for you and other consumers worldwide.
"Our role is to provide the equipment to deliver the right things to the right place at the right time, and to ensure that all athletes and spectators have the best possible experience. It is an honour to play our part in delivering the greatest show on earth!"
Ernesto Dominguez President of Toyota Material Handling Europe
"At the Olympic & Paralympic Games Paris 2024 we will be delivering the goods and supplies - which means taking care of supplies for thousands of athletes and more than 30 million visitors. Our material handling equipment will power smart and sustainable operations in Paris."
Eric Loustau Managing Director of Toyota Material Handling France
Inviting over 13,000 employees to ‘Start your Impossible’
Running up to the games
Since 2015 Toyota has been the Worldwide Mobility partner of the Olympic & Paralympic Games. In 2024 the games move to Paris where we, for the first time, are the official partner for material handling equipment. This fits perfectly with our company purpose to ‘Move the world towards easy and sustainable’ - given Paris 2024's carbon emission target.
From October 2022, all employees in the company are invited to join Toyota’s ‘Start Your Impossible’ programme, with the aim to make a difference for themselves, their colleagues and society at large.
Read more about the different challenges in the news section below.
A lot of things are going on leading up to the games in 2024. Click on the images below to read the latest news. Contact us for any questions.