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  • Presented By: Fatima
  • History of Toyota Toyota Production System (TPS) 14 Management Principles Production & Management New Hybrids of Toyota Toyota ManufactureMajor Competitors
  • The Land of the Rising Sun! Japan
  • Founders of Toyota• Sakichi Toyoda(1867-1930) Automatic Loom• Kiichiro Toyoda (1894- 1952) Used chain conveyor into the Assembly line• Eiji Toyoda (1913)• Implementation of Jidoka and JIT.
  • History From the Very Beginning ......Began as a textile company in 1926 (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works) In 1933 an automobile department was established within Toyoda Automatic Loom Works. In 1937 Toyota Motor Co. was established as an independent company.
  • The Golden period Becomes a major supplier of trucks to TheImperial Army during WWII. Plants were scheduled to be destroyed byallies, but the war ended first.
  • Launching First Car! Launched first car in 1947 Toyota Production System formed in 1950 based on Just-In-Time principle.
  • Innovations In 2002, entry in the Formula 1 circuit. In addition to manufacturing automobiles, Toyota provides financialservices through its divisionToyota Financial Services and also creates robots.
  •  Toyota headquarters in Toyota -Shi (Toyota City) , Japan. In 1982, the Toyota Motor Company and Toyota Motor Sales merged into one company, the Toyota Motor Corporation.
  • Taiichi Ohno• Taiichi Ohno After Toyoda’s death• it was this engineer and teacher• who turned dreams into a reality.• Unusual for a Japanese,• he is something of a rebel.• It was Ohno who brought• all the elements• together to form the• Toyota Production System.
  • Toyota Production System(TPS)• Also called The Toyota way The production system developed by Toyota Motor Corporation to provide best quality,lowest cost, and shortest lead time through the elimination of waste.
  • Toyota Production System The three central elements to this revolutionary system were: Just-in-time  Kanban  Jidoka
  • • Just-in-Time : in which each process produces only what is needed by the next process in a continuous flow. Kanban : “ Kanban” – means • a signal of some kind. Kanban System is used for managing and ensuring the flow and Production of materials in a just-in-time production system.
  • • Jidoka : Automation with a human touch Means that when a problem occurs, the equipment stops immediately, preventing defective products from being produced.
  • Think…What are the benefits of Just-in-time? What are the costs of Just-in-time?
  • Presented by : Anam
  • PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT OF TOYOTA Presented By: Marvi
  • QUALITY POLICY• “We will strive to meet customer’s expectations by providing world-class products and services through total employee commitment and continuous improvement.”
  • BASIC CONCEPT OF QUALITY ASSURANCE• Toyota purchases components• from as many as two hundred• suppliers it is very difficult• to conduct detailed acceptance• inspection.• Therefore, in order to secure• quality of the components
  • • it relies on the manufacturing and assembling process of these components for excellent process capability.
  • TOYOTA’S APPROACH TO QUALITY
  • Toyota’s approach to quality• Toyota has achieved a• reputation for the• production of very high• quality vehicles in all• countries around the world.• This has been achieved by an approach to quality control and quality assurance.
  • Quality improvement• Customer satisfaction is at• the heart of all Toyota activities.• In order to satisfy• customer needs• Toyota includes• all Members• in quality control• activities• Toyota quality• relies on the• flexibility and teamwork of its Members.
  • Toyota’s approach to quality• Careful selection and continuous structured training has resulted in a workforce which is multi-skilled,• flexible and highly motivated; committed to maintaining and improving the Company performance.
  • TOYOTA’S APPROACH TO QUALITY• Toyota has achieved a reputation for the production of very high quality vehicles in all countries around the• world. This has been achieved by an approach to quality control and quality assurance, which is unique to• Toyota and has been developed over many years.
  • New Hybrids OF Presented By: Maryam
  • • 2011 TOYOTA ALTIS 1.6 G MANUAL TRANSMISSION PHP 858,000.00• FREE INSURANCE W/ACTS OF GOD• TOTAL CASH OUT 151,600.00
  • AMAZING PROMO FOR 2012• 2012 TOYOTA ALTIS 1.6 E M/T PHP 803,000.00• FREE INSURANCE W/ ACTS OF GOD• TOTAL CASH OUT ALL IN 140,800.00
  • Brief History and the New 2012 Toyota CorollaSince its introduction in 1966, the Corolla has long beenregarded as one of the best family sedans because of itsfeatures and its rather inexpensive price tag. For thisreason, it is one of the most well-known sedansinternationally. 2012 Toyota Corolla DesignDespite not belonging to the same price range as its moreexpensive counterparts, the 2012 Toyota Corolla stillfeatures a smooth design that appeals even to drivers witha sense of style. It makes up for in its cost and its comfort.
  • Toyota motor manufacturing• Customer satisfaction is at the heart of all Toyota activities. In order to satisfy customer needs Toyota• includes all Members in quality control activities. Everybody from research and development to• manufacturing, retailing and servicing contribute to the quality control process. All Members have two
  • Toyota motor manufacturing• roles, their own job and quality assurance.• At Toyota we call this “Company wide quality control”.
  • Toyota motor manufacturing• Some people understand quality assurance to mean thoroughly inspecting parts after they are made or by• promptly complying with claims on products in the market. This is not the belief at Toyota. Total quality
  • Toyota motor manufacturing• control is carried out using two basic principles:• quality is built in at every stage.• quality is continually improved.• To achieve total quality control Toyota Manufacturing UK involves each and every Member to ensure that
  • • Only the best work is passed on to the next process. The use of standardized work together with visual
  • Presented By: Salma
  • Ford An American Multinational. Head office at Dearborn, Michigan.(USA) Incorporated on June 16, 1903. Major Products : Ford Fiesta Ford Mustang Ford Explorer Ford Mondeo
  • Volkswagen A German Multinational Co. Incorporated in 1937. Head Office at Wolfsburg, Germany. Major Products : Passat Jetta Taureg
  • Honda• A Japanese Multinational Co.• Incorporated on 24 September 1948.• Headquarters at Minato, Tokyo (Japan) Major Products : Civic Accord CRV
  • General Motors An American automobile co. Incorporated in 1908.Head office at Detroit, Michigan (USA)Popular Brands :Chevrolet, HoldenMajor Products :  Aveo  Optra  Commbador
  • Toyota Honda
  • Where is Toyota Today? Second Largest automaker, but most profitable 51 manufacturing companies in 26 countries Produce a vehicle every 6 seconds Brands: Toyota, Lexus, Scion Business partners with Daihatsu and Hino automotive business accounted for 90% of revenues Other 10%: housing, marine, GAZOO, telecommunications, ITS, Biotechnology and A forestation Success attributed to Toyota Production System