Updated on 5/11/2011
Like other companies in Japan, the U.S. and elsewhere, Toyota is working to support disaster relief efforts:
- Emergency Vehicles, Housing and Supplies – Toyota is providing approximately 250 cars for local government authorities to use in four of the areas hardest hit by the disaster. We are also working to provide nearly 500 apartments in Aichi Prefecture for people evacuated from affected areas.
- Relief Convoys – Shortly after the tsunami, Toyota began sending truckloads of medical and emergency supplies to victims in affected regions. So far, more than 87 trucks have made deliveries and six tankers have been sent to provide water.
- Fundraising – Toyota-related contributions to support relief efforts in Japan have reached more than $11.7 million to date. Toyota employees, dealers, suppliers and other business partners in North America have donated more than $7.0 million to relief efforts. Toyota will be matching the employee portion of this contribution. In addition, Toyota in Japan has donated 300 million yen (about $3.75 million) to support the relief efforts. To share your support for Japan, please visit http://toyotasupportforjapan.com.
To read Toyota President Akio Toyoda’s recent message to those affected by the disaster in Japan, please click here
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July 28, 2011
July 28, 2011 – Erlanger, KY – In the aftermath following the tornados that struck parts of the southern United States earlier this spring, Toyota’s Japan employees asked how they could reciprocate the gesture of giving to those in need.
March 30, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 30, 2011, Posted at 3:30 PM EDT) On behalf of everyone at Toyota, we want to thank you for your deep outpouring of concern and support regarding the tragedy in Japan. While there have been no reported injuries at Toyota’s operations, the lives of many of our colleagues – and millions of others across Japan – have been affected greatly.
March 29, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 29, 2011, Posted at 10:00 AM EDT) On March 27, Toyota Motor Corporation President Akio Toyoda visited the region of Japan most affected by the earthquake/tsunami, then issued a statement of support, followed by a commitment by the company to provide 50 vehicles to support relief efforts in the area.... more
March 16, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 16, 2011; Posted at 3:15 PM EDT) Regarding Toyota's North American operations, so far the impact is limited. All 13 North American vehicle and engine plants are running normally, although overtime has been curtailed for now to assure we maintain adequate inventories of parts that come from Japan. In addition, since most parts and materials for Toyota's North American-built vehicles are provided by suppliers in North America, this helps insulate Toyota's North American plants from production interruptions in Japan.
March 16, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 16, 2011; Posted at 7:00 AM EDT) We continue to place priority on supporting the relief efforts in the regions affected and ensuring that our team members, the employees at subsidiary vehicle manufacturers and at our suppliers—and all their respective family members—are safe.
March 14, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 14, 2011; Posted at 8:45 AM EDT) - We continue to place priority on supporting the relief efforts in the regions affected and ensuring that our team members, the employees at subsidiary vehicle manufacturers and at our suppliers—and all their respective family members—are safe.
March 14, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 14, 2011, Posted at 8:45 EST) - Toyota Motor Corporation posted the following message today from President Akio Toyoda on its corporate web site:
March 13, 2011
NEW YORK, NY (March 13, 2011) - Toyota's associates and team members in North America extend our heartfelt sympathy and deepest condolences to the people of Japan, our colleagues and their families.
March 11, 2011
Currently, Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has established a company-wide emergency task force to assess the situation and take initial measures.