A History and Case Study of Toyota

6060 WordsJun 3, 201125 Pages
Background of Toyota  Introduction Toyota Motor Corporation, common known simply as Toyota, is one of the famous automaker all over the world. Toyota is a multinational corporation headquartered in Japan and the world’s largest automaker by sales. Toyota is the largest automotive manufacturers. In 2007, Toyota Motor Corporation listed in the world’s 500 largest companies (Fortune Global 500). Nowadays Toyota is the world's largest automotive manufacturers, are sold worldwide every year up to 7.5 million different types of vehicles. Toyota is also the brand’s parent company of Lexus, Daihatsu and Hino. Until to the March of 2003, the company's total numbers of 65,551 employees, with all associated companies, there were totaling 264,096…show more content…
In today’s society, everyone talk about the environment. Toyota walks quickly than the other competitors. “Green”, that is Toyota rather like the world to be. As an environmental leader, Toyota does more than meet industry standards - they seek to raise them. Along with their partners, they are working toward a future where a wide range of innovative vehicle and fuel technologies and infrastructures converge to create an economically vibrant, mobile society in harmony with the environment. Based on The Toyota Way, their environmental commitment is a way of life, extending across all of Toyota operations and through the full life cycle of the products. Through the strategy of sustainable mobility, they are developing and managing vehicles and technologies through their "life-cycle assessment" footprint so that Toyota delivers the right vehicle, at the right time. Toyota believes that by greening their work environments they can contribute to a greener world. Throughout the operations, they have instituted environmental action plans to reduce energy usage, minimize air emissions, cut greenhouse gas emissions, identify materials from renewable resources, reduce waste and water consumption, and take every opportunity to recycle - all with the goal of sending zero waste to landfill.  The External Factors PEST P (Political) Before 1978, China is a semi-colonial and semi-feudal
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