Corporate Toyota Vietnam suspends production By Hung Le Wednesday, Apr 1, 2020,13:23 (GMT+7) Toyota Vietnam suspends productionBy Hung Le An employee at work at a Toyota factory in Vinh Phuc Province. Toyota has announced plans to temporarily stop vehicle production in the northern province of Vinh Phuc in response to Covid-19 – PHOTO: TMV HCMC – Following the suspension of productions at Ford Vietnam, Toyota has also announced plans to temporarily stop vehicle production in the northern province of Vinh Phuc in response to Covid-19. Toyota dealers in Hanoi earlier closed showrooms and workshops centers as instructed by the Government and the Hanoi authority to prevent the disease from spreading. Under Toyota Vietnam’s decision to adjust its production plan, it started to discontinue manufacturing activities from March 30. The resumption of operations will be determined according to the conditions of the outbreak, market need, supply chain availability and inventories of dealers as well as the Government’s direction. The Toyota plant in Vinh Phuc produced 50,114 units last year. The year 2019 also marked a new milestone for the company, with the accumulated production of 500,000 units and the return to assembly of the Fortuner. Toyota lines assembled at the factory include the Vios, Innova,… Read full this story
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