World’s biggest producer of cars, Toyota Corporation, announced the decrease in its production in Japan this March to 63% compare to last year of the same month. The fell down of production was caused by the shortages in supplies of parts, which was affected by the last month’s earthquake and tsunami disaster that stroke the country.
The company said that eight of its plants in Asian counties, including India and Thailand, starting from the 25th of April until the 4th June will operate at fifty percent (50%) capacity. Factories in these countries will be operating for just 3 days a week during the period.
Toyota also known as Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) a multinational automaker located at Toyota, Aichi, Japan, is the world’s largest manufacturer of cars.
Toyota said that its Factories in China will operate at thirty percent (30%) to fifty percent (50%) of the capacity until June 3.
Japan is facing the world’s disaster of a lifetime and causes the countries meltdown. As of now, Japan is still making ways to supply the chain of the country.
Manufactures, like Toyota have been affected and still challenged by the increasing shortage of parts.
As the country recovers, the company said that the cuts could be extended until the end of summer.
The company also extended cuts in their North America factories due to the same problem, shortage of components that are made in Japan.
Toyota is focused on stressing the positive experiences of owning a high quality vehicle.
Its values and Methods are known as the “Toyota Way”.
Aside from Toyota, another producer of car, Nissan Motors also announced the decrease in their production in Japan to 52% this March.
Toyota will soon be back to normal operation at the end of this year.