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11 Mar 2022

Toyota Slashes Quarterly Manufacturing to Relieve Distressed Suppliers

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Toyota Motor Corp is set to cut back its quarterly production goals for the months of April, May and June by as much as 20% in an effort to relieve its hard-pressed suppliers reeling under supply chain shortages, the company said on Friday.

This comes in light of supply chain concerns fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic which has resulted in chip and semiconductor scarcity, negatively impacting the electronics and automobile industries.

A Toyota spokesperson revealed that the automaker intends to lower domestic production by an estimated 20% in April, 10% in May, and by about 5% in June, Reuters reported. Toyota chief Akio Toyoda informed union members about the risks of exhausting suppliers in the absence of a solid production schedule leading to “an intentional cooling off” term.

Toyota is set to manufacture a whopping 11 million cars in the financial year 2022, provided it has access to a steady supply of chips.

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