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BACKGROUND
 Established in 1937 out of Sakichi Toyoda’s weaving
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machine company Akio Toyoda-CEO Toyota Motor Corporation Launched first car (SA Model) in 1947 “Toyota Production System” formed in 1950 based on JustIn-Time principle First global expansion in 1959 at Brazil In 1972, cumulative production >10M units

 This way the right parts reach the assembly line just as they are needed. to a strict minimum. keeping inventories.BUSINESS INVOLVED  The Toyota Production System bases manufacturing on demand rather than simply on capacity. .  Toyota has developed a flexibility and responsiveness that continues to set the standard for the industry. both of parts and finished goods.

8-litre petrol  1.0.  1.0-litre petrol engine.1. Toyota Yaris: Launched in 2006.4-litre diesel engines .3 and 1.TYPE OF PRODUCT Toyota Aygo: Launched in summer 2005  Most fuel efficient 1.

 1. 2.8-litre VVT-i petrol  2.2-litre diesel engines.0 .4 and 1.4. .  1.2-litre D-4D diesel engines Toyota Auris: Launched in 2010.6 and 1.Toyota Verso: Launched in 2009.6-litre petrol  1.2.0 and 2.

Future Toyota Hybrid Sport Upcoming model with rear-wheel drive car.  maximum power of 67 Bhp  peak torque rating of 170 Nm. Capable of 62mph acceleration in four seconds.4 Liter D-4D engine capacity.  1.Toyota Etios: Launched in 2011. .e. FT-HS:FT-HS i.

PHILOSOPHY OY TOYOTA .

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MARKET COMPETITION  General Motors Company  Daimler Chrysler  Ford Motor Corporation  Volkswagen AG  Honda Motor Co.  Nissan . Ltd..

this network consisted of 290 dealers employing approximately 40.  In addition. 2009. Daihatsu’s sales distribution network  Toyota believes that this extensive sales network has been an important  Toyota expects this trend to continue.800 sales and service outlets. plans to . consisted of 62 dealers employing approximately 5.000 sales personnel and operating more than 4.  As of March 31. Toyota owns 19 of these dealers and the remainder is independent. improve its sales activities such as customer reception and meticulous service at showrooms to increase customer satisfaction. 2009.Distribution channel of Toyota  Toyota’s automotive sales distribution network is the largest in Japan. A large number of the cars sold in Japan are purchased from salespersons who visit customers in their homes or offices.500 sales personnel and operating approximately 700 sales and service outlets. at March 31. factor in its success in the Japanese market. and accordingly.

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.  Toyota industries considers “logistics” to be an ongoing process that continues until a product passes the checkout counter at a retail store.Logistics of Toyota  Toyota Industries aims to help its customers reduce their total logistics costs and address their needs for logistics improvements and other materials handling equipment which is best represented by the Toyota Production System.

and Teamwork. Genchi Genbutsu (go and see).Operations of Toyota  Toyota has long been recognized as an industry leader in manufacturing and production. near Sendai. New Toyota factory in Ohira. Miyagi Prefecture.  The Toyota Way are: Challenge. Respect. Kaizen (improvement). Japan .

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5 Steps to improve Supply Chain for Toyota  Identifying waste  Product development  Heijunka  Vendor management  Managing people .

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