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Toyota Motor : Changes to Home Manufacturing in October

Changes to Home Manufacturing in October

We at Toyota wish to once more apologize for the repeated changes to our manufacturing plan because of the components scarcity ensuing from the unfold of COVID-19, and for inflicting appreciable inconvenience to our clients, who’ve been ready for the supply of automobiles, suppliers, and different events involved.

Because of the influence of the semiconductor scarcity, we introduced changes to home manufacturing in October (“October Manufacturing Plan”). Nevertheless, we have now determined to make extra suspensions of operations at some vegetation and features in Japan. The worldwide manufacturing quantity affected by this choice is roughly 50,000 items (together with 25,000 items in Japan), and though we introduced world manufacturing plan for October was roughly 800,000 items, it’s anticipated to be round 750,000 items by this choice.

The manufacturing forecast for the fiscal yr stays unchanged at approx. 9.7 million.

The next is the revised home operations suspension schedule for October.

Suspension of manufacturing in October (5 strains in 5 vegetation out of 28 strains in 14 vegetation)

Plant Interval of manufacturing suspension (Introduced on September 22) Interval of manufacturing suspension (Introduced this time) Manufacturing mannequin
Toyota Motor Company
Motomachi Plant
Manufacturing line for GR fashions October 3 (Mon), 4 (Tue) GR Yaris
Toyota Motor Company
Takaoka Plant
Manufacturing line #2 October 7 (Fri), 8 (Sat),10 (Mon),11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),14 (Fri),15 (Sat),17 (Mon),18 (Tue),19 (Wed),20 (Thu) RAV4, Harrier
Toyota Motor Company
Tsutsumi Plant
Manufacturing line #1 October 8 (Sat), 10 (Mon),11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),14 (Fri),15 (Sat) Prius, Prius PHV, Corolla
Manufacturing line #2 October 8 (Sat), 15 (Sat) Corolla Sport, Camry, Crown
Toyota Motor Company
Tahara Plant
Manufacturing line #1 October 10 (Mon), 11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),14 (Fri),15 (Sat),17 (Mon),18 (Tue),19 (Wed),20 (Thu),21 (Fri) Land Cruiser Prado, Lexus GX,4Runner
Manufacturing line #3 October 6 (Thu), 7 (Fri),8 (Sat),14 (Fri),15 (Sat) Lexus LS, IS, RC, RC F, NX
Toyota Motor Kyushu
Miyata Plant
Manufacturing line #1 October 8 (Sat), 15 (Sat) Lexus NX, NX450h+, ES, CT, UX, UX300e
Manufacturing line #2 October 10 (Mon), 11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),14 (Fri),15 (Sat),17 (Mon),18 (Tue),19 (Wed),20 (Thu),21 (Fri) Lexus ES, RX
Toyota Auto Physique
Inabe Plant
Manufacturing line #1 October 15 (Sat) Hiace, Granace, Alphard, Vellfire, Lexus LM
Toyota Industries Company Manufacturing line #301 October 8 (Sat), 10 (Mon),11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),14 (Fri),15 (Sat),17 (Mon),18 (Tue),19 (Wed),20 (Thu),21 (Fri) RAV4
Manufacturing line #302 RAV4, RAV4 PHV
Hino Motors, Ltd.
Hamura Plant
Manufacturing line #1 October 6 (Thu), 7 (Fri),14 (Fri),21 (Fri),28 (Fri) October 10 (Mon), 11 (Tue),12 (Wed),13 (Thu),17 (Mon),18 (Tue),19 (Wed),20 (Thu) Land Cruiser Prado, FJ Cruiser

Within the above schedule, it’s a single-shift operation on Saturdays.



Toyota Motor Company revealed this content material on 30 September 2022 and is solely liable for the data contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 30 September 2022 07:13:03 UTC.



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