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  • Toyota Sienna Is The Cream Of The Crop

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    As far as minivans go, the Toyota Sienna is the cream of the crop. Well, don’t tell that to Honda and Chrysler as both brands field excellent people movers of their own. Add in the Kia Sedona, Dodge Grand Caravan, and the Nissan Quest, and there are six models to consider in this once shrinking, but now very much thriving segment. Now in its twentieth year and coming to the end of its third generation, the Toyota Sienna has something no competitors provide: available all-wheel drive. The Sienna

  • Advantages of the Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicles Over the Other Car Manufacturing Companies.

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    and the daily increase of oil price and the heightened concern on the global warming and the environmental pollutions which has forced many car manufacturing companies to study the new and innovative techniques in solving this very important issue. Toyota as the world 's third car manufacturing company and the first in Japan has introduced a new era in the vehicles history. Initial hydrogen, fuel cell and pure electric vehicles were not much successful as they were all very expensive and not very

  • Japan: Toyota and the Hybrid Car Industry Can Toyota Continue to Maintain and Advance Its Position in the Hybrid Car Industry?

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    BMA5112 Asia Pacific Business Japan: Toyota and the Hybrid Car Industry Can Toyota Continue to Maintain and Advance its Position in the Hybrid Car Industry? By: Du ThiXuanHoa Edwin Choy NarminTartilaBanu Wai Yean Tze 1 Contents 1.0 2.0 2.1 Executive Summary ........................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction ......................................................................................

  • Toyota Crisis Management

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    Toyota Crisis: Management Ignorance? Abstract Since the late 2009, the famous vehicle manufacture Toyota has suffered a severe crisis due to unintended quality problems in its cars which had triggered Toyota’s largest officially recalls of its cars around the world. This crisis threatens the company’s previous reputation of good quality cars, as well as the brand image built up over time. This study aims to elaborate on the Toyota crisis in order to understand why Toyota faces this crisis and

  • Toyota

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    The case of Toyota recall By Daniel Opoku Abstract Purpose: the main purpose of this study is to find out about the recalls of Toyota vehicles which lead to the death of some innocent lives. The recall was due to unintended acceleration. Toyota ultimately recalled millions of its cars for floor mat issues, brake problems and "sticky" gas pedals. Methodology: Data was collected online, by the help of some selected search engines. Information was collected from Toyota’s national website as well

  • Toyota Motor Corporation

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    Toyota Motor Corporation Ivan Ruiz DeVry University Toyota Motor Corporation has a long and interesting history behind it. In 1933, Kiichiro Toyoda traveled to the United States. There he visited many car companies that produces automobiles (Toyota Motor Corporation-Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History, Background Information on Toyota Motor Corporation, 2015) there he learned about the production lines on how to build cars. Then shortly upon his return to Japan, he decided

  • Icewind

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    Automobile Toyota Industries develops and manufactures automobiles and automobile-related products, such as vehicles, engines, car air-conditioning compressors, car electronics components and devices, and stamping dies. In the vehicle and engine businesses we have achieved a top-class level of quality and productivity within the Toyota Group and are contributing to Toyota Motor Corporation's car production. The car air-conditioning compressor business uses its unsurpassed technological development

  • Toyota Motor Corporation 's Vision

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    Erica Russell Professor Christiansen MGT 220 27 January 2015 Toyota Motor Corporation About Toyota Toyota is one of the world biggest vehicle manufactures. Toyota creates unique vehicles ranging from SUVs, to minivans, to sports cars and more. All Toyota vehicles are created with either combustion or hybrid engines. Toyota also creates automotive parts both for company and commercial use. Some of Toyota’s well know vehicles are the Corolla, the Lexus line, the Camry and the Land Cruiser. Toyota’s

  • Operations Management Of The India

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    Operation management of Toyota in India Introduction: Operations management is a range of administration which is centred around regulating the planning or updating of business operations in the creation of merchandise or administrations (Stevenson, William J., and Chee Chuong Sum ) . The territory of operations administration is centred with guaranteeing that an association 's assets are effectively used to create products and administrations and in a manner which adequately addresses clients

  • Case Analysis : Toyota Motor Corporation

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    Executive summary The longstanding reputation of Toyota as the best car manufacturers in the world was questioned in 2009 August when a California Highway Patrol Officer known as Mark Saylor who was off-duty together with his family met a fatal accident. The patrol office call 911 from his Lexus as the car gas pedal became stuck and made the car to accelerate over 100 mph in Highway 125 in San Diego. According to 911 tape recording, the officer final word was for the family to hold on and pray as