05/17/2011 09:41
JAPAN - INDIA
The plants will be fully operational as of 20 May, after a 70% reduction occurred in the wake of the Tsunami. Announced the launch of the new model Liva at the end of June.

Mumbai (AsiaNews / Agencies) - Toyota has resumed normal car production in India. As of May 20 the supply of spare parts from Japan will be up and running. The crisis began after the tsunami, since April 25 the company had cut car production by 70% and in recent days had announced its intention to maintain that level at least until June 4. Toyota Kirloskar Motors (TKM) will produce up to 12 thousand vehicles per month at its plant in Bangalore (Karnataka).

According to those responsible for the marketing, production levels will allow the launch of Liva, the sedan variant of Etios by the last week of June.
Toyota has two factories in Bangalore, with a production capacity of 80 thousand and 70 thousand cars per year. Here, the parent company has produced in past models such as the Innova, Corolla and Fortuner High. The plants are currently producing the Etios.

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