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March 23, 2020

Toyota furloughs seven lines in five Japanese plants

"Due to the market situation and decline in demand overseas", Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has decided to halt production on seven production lines in five Japanese plants starting from 3 April.

By Olly Wehring

"Due to the market situation and decline in demand overseas", Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has decided to halt production on seven production lines in five Japanese plants starting from 3 April.

The suspension period varies by plant and production line.

  • Takaoka Plant, #1 production line
  • 3 operating days from 3-7 April
  • Tsutsumi Plant, #1 and #2 production lines
  • 3 operating days from 3-7 April
  • Tahara Plant, #1 production line
  • 6 operating days from 3-10 April
  • Tahara Plant, #3 production line
  • 8 operating days from 3-14 April
  • Toyota Motor Kyushu (TMK), #1 production line
  • 9 operating days from 3-15 April
  • Hino, Hamura Plant, #1 production line
  • 2 operating days from 3-6 April

Plants and production lines other than stated will remain in operation as usual, TMC said in a statement.

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