Toyota Group Engaged in Full Production of Medical Face Shields

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Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Toyota Group companies are engaged in full-scale production of medical face shields in Japan, with Toyota largely expanding its production capacity from 500 to 600 units per week by approximately 20 times to start production of 40,000 units per month (approx)

Toyota Group organizations currently delivering clinical face shields incorporate Toyota Motor East Japan, Inc., which gave 3,000 units it created to Miyagi Prefecture on April 20, and Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. (Daihatsu)(1), and Hino Motors, Ltd. (Hino), which have all begun preliminary creation, with Daihatsu and Hino now giving clinical face shields to clinical offices in their quick territories. Also, Toyota Industries Corporation intends to create 10,000 units for every month (roughly 500 units for every day) from April 29, and Toyota Auto Body Co., Ltd. is assisting contemplations toward beginning creation of clinical face shields from mid-May.

The Toyota Group has situated this activity for supporting the nonstop endeavors of the cutting edges of the clinical segment, which are striving to analyze and treat patients for COVID-19, as a major aspect of Toyota's Kokoro Hakobu Project(2). Going ahead, the Toyota Group expects to organize the arrangement of the clinical face shields it produces to clinical offices and neighborhood governments in the territories of the different organizations of the gathering.

Given the arrangement to be "aware of the sentiments of those amidst this pandemic, arrive at resolutions all the more quickly, settle on brief choices, and make the prompt move quicker than any time in recent memory concentrating on wellbeing and security as the most noteworthy needs," Toyota and Toyota Group organizations will do what they can to help endeavors on the cutting edges of treatment and in restricting the further spread of COVID-19, which has become society's greatest need.

(1) Including organizations of the Daihatsu Group

(2) The Kokoro Hakobu Project (with "Kokoro Hakobu" signifying "to convey or convey one's heart" in Japanese) has been the aggregate name of across the country activities by Toyota, Toyota deals outlets in Japan, and their representatives to give persistent and long haul backing to catastrophe influenced zones in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The name has the undertone of "conveying you in our souls." Based on Toyota's craving to contribute here and there to individuals who have contracted and are experiencing COVID-19, just as to the clinical experts, Japan's focal government, and neighborhood governments in Japan battling the ailment night and day, Toyota has chosen to apply "The Kokoro Hakobu Project" as its general moniker for related help exercises led by organizations of the Toyota Group cooperating.

About Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is the worldwide versatility organization that presented the Prius half and half electric vehicle in 1997 and the main mass-created power module car, Mirai, in 2014. Headquartered in Toyota City, Japan, Toyota has been making vehicles since 1937. Today, Toyota gladly utilizes 370,000 representatives in networks far and wide. Together, they work around 10 million vehicles for each year in 29 nations, from standard vehicles and premium vehicles to scaled-down vehicles and business trucks, and sell them over 170 nations under the brands Toyota, Lexus, Daihatsu, and Hino.

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