Kuozui TKM TKAP TMMIN ADM HMMI ASSB IMC TMP TAP TMT STM TMV Aftab

Kuozui

Chungli Plant

Chungli Plant

Kuanying Plant

Kuanying Plant

Overview

Company name
Kuozui Motors, Ltd.
(Kuozui)
Start of production
January 1986
Site area
Chungli Plant: 227,000 m2
Kuanying Plant: 336,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production
Chungli Plant: Corolla
Kuanying Plant: Vios, Yaris, Innova, WISH and Camly
Production results for 2011
152,000 vehicles
Number of employees*
4,106
Equity participation
TMC: 70% (including affiliates)
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1984
April
Company established
1986
January
Toyota Dyna production commenced
June
Fengyung Corporation (stamping plant) established (with TMC capital participation)
1988
June
Zace production commenced
1989
April
Corona production commenced
1995
March
Kuanying Plant completed
November
Tercel production commenced
1996
July
Kuozui and Fengyung merge
2001
February
Corona 1.6 liter production ended
March
Corolla production commenced
2002
January
Corona 2.0 liter production ended
March
Camry production commenced
2003
March
Vios production commenced; Tercel production ended
2004
September
Wish production commenced
2005
August
Chungli Plant production capacity increased from 85,000 to 100,000 vehicles
2006
August
Kuanying Plant production capacity increased from 40,000 to 65,000 vehicles
November
Yaris production commenced
December
Hiace production ended
2007
June
Zace production ended
July
Innova (IMV5) production commenced
2008
April
Capital structure changed (voting rights obtained)
2009
January
Corolla production for GCC (Middle East and Persian Gulf regions) commenced

TKM

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Overview

Company name
Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Ltd.
(TKM)
Start of production
December 1999
Site area
1,750,000 m2
Business activities & products
Manufacturing and sales of automobiles
Vehicle production: Corolla, Innova, Fortuner, Etios
Production results for 2011
137,000 units
Number of employees*
9,511
Equity participation
TMC: 89%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1997
October
Company established
1999
December
Qualis production commenced
2002
October
Camry sales commenced
October
Cumulative sales reach 100,000 units
2003
January
Corolla production commenced
2004
October
Land Cruiser Prado launched
December
Qualis production discontinued
2005
February
Innova (IMV5) production commenced
2009
June
LC 200 sales commenced
August
Fortuner IMV4 production commenced
2010
March
Prius launched
December
Operations at No. 2 plant commenced, Etios production commenced
2011
June
Etios Liva production commenced
October
Export of first completed vehicle (Etios) decided; Etios to be exported to South Africa from March 2012

TKAP

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Overview

Company name
Toyota Kirloskar Auto Parts Private Ltd.
(TKAP)
Start of production
July 2002
Site area
200,000 m2
Business activities & products
Production of axles, propeller shafts, manual transmissions, and other parts
Production results for 2011
Transmissions: 146,000 units
Propeller shafts, front axles, rear axles: 50,000 units
Number of employees*
1,041
Equity participation
TMC: 64%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1999
November
KSL, TKAP's predecessor, commences production of front and rear axles and propeller shafts for the Toyota Utility Vehicle (TUV)
2002
April
Company established
July
Production by TKAP commenced
2004
May
Production of type R manual transmission for export commenced
2005
February
Production of IMV front axle and propeller shaft for TKM commenced
2009
August
Shipping of Fortuner (IMV) type R manual transmission to TKM commenced
2010
June
Model R manual transmissions shipments to TASA commenced
December
Etios knuckle line operations for TKM commenced

TMMIN

Karawang Plant

Karawang Plant

Sunter Plant

Sunter Plant

Overview

Company name
PT. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia
(TMMIN)
Start of production
June 1977
Site area
Sunter Plant: 310,000 m2
Karawang Plant: 1,000,000 m2
Business activities & products
Manufacturing and exports of automobiles, engines, stamping dies for vehicles, and other components
Karawang Plant: Kijang Innova, Fortuner, and Avanza
Sunter Plant: 7K engine and other components
Production results for 2011
Vehicles: 116,000 vehicles
Engines: 114,000 units
Number of employees*
5,915
Equity participation
TMC: 95%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1971
April
PT. Toyota-Astra Motor (TAM) established
1977
June
Kijang production commenced
1987
November
Kijang exports commenced
1991
March
Casting plant operations commenced
1996
August
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 1 million units
1998
March
Production commenced at Karawang Plant
1999
October
Camry production commenced
2003
August
Company split into TMMIN (manufacturing) and TAM (sales)
October
Cumulative Kijang production reaches 1 million units
2004
May
Camry production discontinued
August
Kijang Innova (IMV5) production commenced
2006
September
Fortuner IMV4 production commenced
2008
July
Avanza outsourced manufacturing and production commenced
2010
July
Annual production exceeds 280,000 units, a record high
2011
September
Construction of Karawang No. 2 Plant decided; Operations scheduled to begin in spring 2013

ADM

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Overview

Company name
PT. Astra Daihatsu Motor
(ADM)
Start of production
December 2003 (start of Toyota vehicle production)
Site area
474,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production: Avanza, Rush and Daihatsu vehicles
Production results for 2011
365,000 vehicles (including 174,000 Toyota vehicles)
Number of employees*
8,000
Equity participation
100% locally owned (61.8% Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.)
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1978
October
PT. Daihatsu Indonesia established and stamping commenced
1983
April
PT. Daihatsu Engine Manufacturing Indonesia (DEMI) established and engine manufacturing commenced
1987
January
PT. National Astra Motor, exclusive import agent for Daihatsu vehicles, established
1992
January
PT. Daihatsu Indonesia, PT. Daihatsu Engine Manufacturing Indonesia, and PT. National Astra Motor merge to form PT. Astra Daihatsu Motor
1996
April
Aluminum casting plant established in Karawang
1998
December
PT. Gaya Motor assembly plant purchased
December
Stamping, engine, casting, and assembly plants owned
2003
December
Production of the Avanza (Toyota) and Xenia (Daihatsu), models jointly developed by the two companies, commenced
2004
January
Avanza and Xenia launched
2005
July
Cumulative production reaches 1 million vehicles
2006
December
Rush production commenced
2008
February
Exports of the Daihatsu Gran Max to Japan commenced
2010
October
Cumulative production reaches 2 million vehicles
December
Annual sales reaches 100,000 vehicles for the first time

HMMI

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Overview

Company name
PT. Hino Motors Manufacturing Indonesia
(HMMI)
Start of production
December 2009 (start of Toyota vehicle production)
Site area
190,000 m2
Business activities & products
Truck and bus chassis production and engine assembly
Production vehicles: Dyna and Hino vehicles
Production results for 2011
Vehicles: 27,000 units (including 17,000 Toyota vehicles)
Number of employees*
1,800
Equity participation
100% locally owned (90% Hino Motors, Ltd.)
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1982
December
PT. Hino Indonesia Manufacturing (HIM) established
1986
January
Engine plant operations commenced;
- Vehicle assembly outsourced to National Assembler
1992
December
Production of H07C-T engine and LJ06 transmission commenced
1994
November
Medium-sized trucks (FF/FL) undergo partial redesign (H07C engine switched to H07D engine)
1995
November
SG tractor launched
1997
March
Buses (RG/FB) launched
April
Hino division of National Motors Co. (now an importing and retailing partner with the Indomobil Group) acquired and production and sales integrated
June
New plant construction commenced in Kota Bukit Indah (KBI) area
November
New KBI Plant construction suspended (due to deterioration in the management environment resulting from the Asian financial crisis)
1998
December
Capital increased and the Japanese side acquires management rights
2002
September
Outsourced production of Dyna and Hino Dutro engines commenced
2003
April
Company split into PT. Hino Motors Manufacturing Indonesia (HMMI) and PT. Hino Motors Sales Indonesia (HMSI); KBI Plant operations commenced
August
Medium-sized truck model undergo complete redesign
2004
February
Front engine bus undergo partial redesign
March
Rear engine bus undergo partial redesign
2005
March
ISO 14001 certification obtained
2006
February
Cumulative production at KBI Plant reaches 10,000 units
2007
January
Production of vehicles compatible with the EURO II regulations commenced;
- CNG (natural gas) bus production commenced
2009
December
Production of small trucks (Dyna and Hino Dutro) commenced

ASSB

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Overview

Company name
Assembly Services Sdn. Bhd.
(ASSB)
Start of production
February 1968
Site area
1130,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production:
Vios, Innova, Fortuner, Hilux, Hiace, Hino vehicles and Daihatsu vehicles
Production results for 2011
63,000 vehicles (including 57,000 Toyota vehicles)
Number of employees*
2,726
Equity participation
100% locally owned by UMW Toyota (39% TMC joint venture)
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1967
August
Distributor agreement entered into with Borneo (Motors)
1968
February
Corona and Corolla production commenced
May
Champion Motor established
1975
April
Name changed from Champion Motor to ASSB
1990
May
Cumulative Toyota vehicle production reaches 300,000 units
1998
February
Corolla, Camry, and Hiace CKD production commenced
1999
 
External ISO 14001 certification obtained
2000
 
Cumulative Toyota vehicle production reaches 500,000 units
2003
May
Vios production commenced
2005
March
Hilux (IMV1 and IMV3) production commenced
May
Avanza and Innova (IMV5) production commenced
August
Fortuner IMV4 production commenced
2006
May
First CBU exports (Hiace to Thailand) commenced
September
Camry production ended
2011
April
Cumulative Toyota vehicle production reaches 1 million units

IMC

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Overview

Company name
Indus Motor Company Ltd.
(IMC)
Start of production
March 1993
Site area
430,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production and engine assembly
Production vehicles: Corolla, Hilux, and Daihatsu Cuore
Assembly engines: 1ZR, 2NZ, and 2C for Corolla
Production results for 2011
51,000 (including 46,000 Toyota vehicles)
Number of employees*
2,313
Equity participation
TMC: 25%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1989
December
Company established
1990
July
CBU sales commenced
1993
March
Corolla 1.3 liter production commenced
1994
October
Corolla 1.6 liter production commenced
1996
January
Hilux production commenced
2000
March
Cuore production commenced
2005
September
Production capacity increased from 27,000 units to 42,000 units
2007
November
Hilux 4 x 2 (IMV1) production commenced
2008
June
TMC increases its investment from 12.5% to 25.0%
August
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 300,000 units
October
Stamping plant operations commenced
2010
October
Hilux Double Cab (IMV3) production commenced
2011
July
Corolla CNG (natural gas vehicle) production commenced

TMP

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Overview

Company name
Toyota Motor Philippines Corp.
(TMP)
Start of production
February 1989
Site area
770,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production and sales
Production vehicles: Innova and Vios
Production results for 2011
26,000 vehicles
Number of employees*
2,208
Equity participation
TMC: 34%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1988
August
Company established
1989
February
Crown, Corolla, and Liteace production commenced
September
Corolla production commenced
1990
January
Two-shift operation commenced
1991
October
Provisional production of Toyota utility vehicle (TUV) commenced
1994
December
First annual 'Triple Crown' (No.1 in Passenger Car, Commercial Vehicle, and Overall Sales) achieved
2001
March
Labor strike occurs
2002
October
Sales division transfers to GT Tower in central Manila
December
Annual Triple Crown achieved for the first time in seven years
2003
December
TMP head office relocates to St. Rosa
December
Annual Triple Crown achieved for second consecutive year
2004
December
Toyota San Fernand Pampanga , a TMP directly-managed dealer, opens
December
Bicutan Plant closed (integrated with St. Rosa Plant in January 2005) and TUV production discontinued
2005
January
Innova IMV5 production commenced
2007
August
Vios production commenced
December
Corolla production ended (changeover made to CBU imports from Thailand)
2008
March
Cumulative production reaches 400,000 vehicles
2009
January
Lexus dealer opens
May
Cumulative sales reach 600,000 vehicles

TAP

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Overview

Company name
Toyota Autoparts Philippines Inc.
(TAP)
Start of production
September 1992
Site area
150,000 m2
Business activities & products
Production of manual transmissions and constant velocity joints (CVJ)
Production results for 2011
Transmissions: 535,000 units
CVJ: 202,000 units
Number of employees*
1,490
Equity participation
TMC: 100% (including affiliates)
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1990
August
Company established
1992
September
Type G transmission production and shipments to TMP commenced
1993
January
Exports to Malaysia commenced
March
Exports to Indonesia commenced
June
Exports to Thailand and gear production commenced
1994
January
Two-shift operation commenced
April
Exports to Taiwan commenced
1995
January
Production under three-shift system commenced
May
Exports to Portugal commenced
June
Cumulative transmission production reaches 300,000 units
1996
November
CVJ production commenced
1997
January
CVJ exports to Thailand commenced
April
CVJ exports to Taiwan commenced
1998
March
Exports of transmissions to South Africa and Japan commenced
1999
August
Cumulative transmission production reaches 1 million units
2000
March
Transmission exports to India commenced
September
Wide-angle CVJ exports to Japan commenced
2004
July
Type G transmission exports to Japan commenced
September
Ceremony conducted to mark the start of type G transmission exports to Japan
December
Cumulative transmission production reaches 2 million units
2008
August
R-type transmission exports to Thailand commenced
December
R-type transmission exports to Argentina and other countries commenced

TMT

Samrong Plant

Samrong Plant

Gateway Plant

Gateway Plant

Ban Pho Plant

Ban Pho Plant

Overview

Company name
Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd.
(TMT)
Start of production
February 1964
Site area
Samrong Plant: 470,000 m2
Gateway Plant: 1,000,000 m2
Ban Pho Plant: 2,500,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production and sales and component production
Samrong Plant
Production vehicles: Hilux Vigo and TAW-manufactured Fortuner
Gateway Plant
Production vehicles: Camry, Corolla, Vios, Wish, and Yaris
Ban Pho Plant
Production vehicle: Hilux Vigo
Production results for 2011
515,000 vehicles
Number of employees*
16,792
Equity participation
TMC: 86.4%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1962
October
Company established
1964
February
Corona and Stout production commenced
1972
August
Corolla production commenced
1975
September
Hilux production commenced
1992
February
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 500,000 units
1996
February
Operations commenced at Gateway Plant
December
Soluna production commenced
 
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 1 million units
1997
November
External ISO 14001 certification obtained
1999
May
Corona production discontinued
July
Camry production commenced
2002
December
Soluna Vios production commenced
2003
January
Vios production commenced
December
Wish production commenced
2004
September
Hilux IMV1 and IMV3 production commenced
 
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 2 million units
 
TTCAP development center established
2005
January
Fortuner IMV4 production commenced
2006
January
Yaris production commenced
2007
January
Operations commenced at Ban Pho Plant
2008
August
Hilux (IMV2) production commenced
November
Gateway Plant cumulative vehicle production reaches 1 million units
2009
July
Camry Hybrid production commenced
October
Wish production ended
2010
June
Cumulative IMV exports reach 1 million vehicles
October
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 5 million vehicles
December
Prius production commenced
2012
January
Construction of Gateway No. 2 Plant decided (production to begin mid-2013)

STM

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Overview

Company name
Siam Toyota Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
(STM)
Start of production
July 1989
Site area
336,000 m2
Business activities & products
Production and sale of engines and propeller shafts
Production results for 2011
Engines: 645,000 units
Number of employees*
3,182
Equity participation
TMC: 96%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1987
June
Company established
1989
July
Production of gasoline and diesel engines for domestic use and export commenced
1992
December
Construction of Bangpakong Plant commenced
1994
June
Cylinder block production commenced at Bangpakong Plant
1996
 
Gasoline engine production for New Zealand commenced
1997
 
Corolla ZZ engine and Corona engine production commenced
1999
 
Camry AZ engine mass production commenced
2001
 
Hilux 2KD engine production commenced
 
Propeller shaft production commenced
2002
 
NNZ engine for NBC5 and 1KD engine for Hilux production commenced
2003
April
Aluminum casting plant operations commenced
October
Ceremony conducted to mark cumulative engine production of 1.5 million units
2004
 
IKD and TR engine for IMV production commenced
2005
 
2KD engine for Hiace and NZ engine for Yaris production commenced
2007
 
Cumulative engine production reaches 3 million units
2010
December
Cumulative engine production reaches 5 million units

TMV

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Overview

Company name
Toyota Motor Vietnam Co., Ltd.
(TMV)
Start of production
August 1996
Site area
210,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle production and sales, automotive parts exports
Production vehicles: Camry, Corolla, Vios, Innova, Hiace, and Fortuner
Production results for 2011
27,000 vehicles
Number of employees*
1,729
Equity participation
TMC: 70%
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1995
September
Company established
1996
August
Production commenced with first Hiace at temporary plant
September
Corolla production commenced
1997
June
Operations commenced at TMV's own plant
October
Sales begin at dealers directly managed by TMV in Hanoi
December
Camry production commenced
1999
January
Six sales company structure launched
2000
March
Land Cruiser production commenced
2003
March
Stamping plant operations commenced
July
Vios production commenced
August
Full two-shift production commenced
2004
March
Changeover made to one-shift production
July
Ceremony conducted to mark opening of the parts export center
2005
April
Full two-shift production recommences
2006
January
Innova (IMV5) production and sales commenced
2007
September
Land Cruiser production ended
2008
May
Cumulative vehicle production reaches 100,000 units
2009
February
South logistics center established (vehicle service parts)
February
Fortuner (IMV4) production and sales commenced

Aftab

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Overview

Company name
Aftab Automobiles Ltd.
Start of production
July 1982
Site area
59,000 m2
Business activities & products
Vehicle assembly, battery production, and other operations
Production vehicles: Land Cruiser and Hino vehicles
Production results for 2011
400 vehicles (including 5 Toyota vehicles)
Number of employees*
83
Equity participation
100% locally owned
*
As of December 31, 2011

Events

Year
Month
Events
1976
May
Company established
1979
March
Company established
1982
April
Ceremony conducted to mark the opening of Aftab assembly shop
1983
January
Hino vehicle assembly commenced
July
Dyna assembly commenced
1985
July
Land Cruiser 70 assembly commenced
1997
March
Land Cruiser Prado assembly commenced
2006
 
Land Cruiser Prado assembly discontinued

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