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  • Presentation on Toyota Motors
    • Supriya Rani
    • Ekta Jindal
    • Sakshi Kundra
    • Harsimran Kaur
    • Mr.V.P. Mishra
    • Introduction of Toyota motors
    • History of Toyota auto industry
    • Founder & CEO
    • Toyota business segment
    • Toyota total sales by region
    • Toyota Production System
    • -Goals, Principles
    • Toyota’s strategy
    • Non-automotive activities
    • Worldwide Presence and Ranking
    • Results
  • Introduction On Toyota Motors
    • Toyota is 3 rd largest automotive manufacturer
    • Toyota Motor Corporation is headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi
    • Toyota has annual sales of $120 Billion
    • Produces ~5.5 million vehicles per year
    • From 56 manufacturing plants across 6 continents
    • Employs ~200,000 people
    • Headquarter of Toyota City, Aichi-Japan
  • History of Toyota auto Industry
    • Established in 1937 out of Sakichi Toyota’s weaving machine company
    • Launched first car (SA Model) in 1947
    • “ Toyota Production System” formed in 1950 based on just in time principal
    • First global expansion in 1959 at Brazil
    • In 1972, cumulative production >10M units
  • Founder & CEO
    • Founder: kiichiro toyoda
    • CEO : Akio toyoda
    • MD: Hiroshi nakagawa
  • Production History
  • Business segments
    • Automotive
      • Design, manufacture and sales of passenger cars, recreational vehicles, SUVs and related parts
    • Financial services
      • Provisions of loans to car buyers and car deales
    • Others
      • Industrial vehicles (forklifts, etc. )
  • Toyota Total Sales By Region
  • The Toyota Production System
    • Revolutionized manufacturing industry
    • At its core is “lean”
      • a relentless drive to improve efficiency and eliminate waste
    • Beginnings of TPS were born out of necessity due to lack of resources in post-war Japan.
  • Toyota Production System Key Main Concepts
    • SMED
      • Single Minute Exchange of Dies
      • Promoted flexibility of production runs
    • JIT
      • Just In Time manufacturing
      • Small batches which reduced inventory costs, tightened relationship with suppliers and improved quality control
    • The main objectives of the TPS are to design out overburden and inconsistency , and to eliminate waste.
  • Seven kinds of mudas(wastage)
    • over-production
    • motion (of operator or machine)
    • waiting (of operator or machine)
    • conveyance
    • processing itself
    • inventory (raw material)
    • correction (rework and scrap)
  • Toyota’s Strategy
    • Increase competitive strength through advanced technology
    • Environmental technology
      • fuel consumption, emission, recoverability
    • Hybrid vehicles and next generation fuel cells
    • Cost-reduction efforts
      • discontinuation, integration of older models
    • Increased emphasis on financial services and information communication system
  • Worldwide Presence
    • Geographic region Total sales
    • Japan 8,152,884
    • North America 8,771,495
    • Europe 3,346,013
    • Asia 1,969,957
    • Others 1,707,742
  • Ranking
    • Top 3 Automakers Global, OICA, 2010
    Group Unit %share Toyota 8,557,351 11.0 Gm 8,476,192 10.9 Volkswagen 7,341,065 9.4
  • Principles
    • 1.Continuous Improvement
    • Challenge (long-term vision, meeting challenges with courage & creativity)
    • Kaizen (continuous improvement)
    • Genchi Genbutsu (Go to the source to find the facts to make correct decisions.)
    • 2.Respect for People
    • Respect
    • Teamwork
    • 3.Long-term philosophy
    • Base your management decisions on a long-term philosophy, even at the expense of short-term financial goals.
    • 4.The right process will produce the right results
    • Create continuous process flow to bring problems to the surface.
    • Use the "pull" system to avoid overproduction.
    • Level out the workload
    • (Work like the tortoise, not the hare.)
    • Build a culture of stopping to fix problems, to get quality right from the first.
    • Standardized tasks are the foundation for continuous improvement and employee empowerment.
    • Use visual control so no problems are hidden.
    • Use only reliable, thoroughly tested technology that serves your people and processes.
    • 5.Add value to the organization by developing your people and partners
    • Grow leaders
    • Develop exceptional people and teams
    • Respect your extended network of partners and suppliers by challenging them and helping them.
    • 6.Continuously solving root problems drives organizational learning
    • Used to thoroughly understand the situation
    • Make decisions slowly by consensus, thoroughly considering all options
    • Become a learning organization through relentless reflection and continuous improvement
    • Electric technology- Toyota pirus, Auris,
    • Highlander and Camry
    • Plug- in hybrids
    • all electric vehicles- RAV4
    • Cars- 70 different models
    • SUV’S
    • Luxury type vehicle
    Product line
  • Non- Automotive Activities
    • Toyota is a minority shareholder in Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation
    • invested US$67.2 million
    • will produce the Mitsubishi Regional jet.
    • It has also produced aircraft TAA-1 in 2002
  • Philanthropy
    • Toyota Municipal Museum of Art in Aichi helping low-income community members for education
    • United Negro College Fund (40 annual scholarships)
    • National Underground Railroad Freedom Centre (US$1 million)
  • Higher education
    • Toyota established the Toyota Technological Institute in 1981, as Sakichi Toyoda
    • It founded the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago in 2003
    • Supporter of-
    • - Toyota Youth for Understanding Summer Exchange Scholarship Program
    • -Toyota Community Scholars
    • -contributed to a number of local education
  • Robotics
    • In 2004, Toyota showcased its trumpet-playing robot.
    • developing multitask robots
    • destined for elderly care,
    • manufacturing, and entertainment.
    • Example of Toyota's involvement
    • in robotics for the elderly is the
    • Brain Machine interface
  • Finance
    • Toyota Financial Services Corporation provides financing to Toyota customers.
    • Agricultural biotechnology
    • P.T. Toyota Bio Indonesia in Lampung, Indonesia
    • Australian Afforestation Pty. Ltd. in Western Australia and Southern Australia
    • Toyota Roof Garden Corporation in Miyoshi-Cho
  • Result
    • Reduction in leadtime and cost using the TPS
    • This enabled it to become one of the largest companies in the world.
    • THANK YOU …