BMW Top Supplier Preference List
BMW’s push for better prices from its suppliers has not made the carmaker a less attractive partner to the supplier community.
Toyota establishes Michigan research institute
Toyota Technical Centre, a division of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, announced this week the establishment of the Toyota
Quality Award for Valeo From Toyota
Valeo announces their reception of an Excellent Quality Performance Award from the Toyota Group at the 2008 Toyota Global Suppliers Convention held on
Toyota Crown to show new driver assistant features
The new Toyota Crown did never really catch on in Europe, but was a hit in Japan and the love, particularly, of taxi drivers. The new and 13th generation
Toyota: An 8th assembly plant in China?
Toyota Motor Corp. is thinking about building its eighth assembly plant in China, which would bring its capacity there to 1 million vehicles, according to The Nikkei.
Drowsy driver detector on Lexus
Toyota Motor Corporation, the 22nd of January, claimed a world first for an enhancement to its pre-crash safety system which can determine
Toyota: New technologies to help senior drivers
Toyota is searching new technologies to develop cars that help seniors drive safely “We envision future cars will be able to monitor brain and emotional activity to back
Toyota expects to save 2.7b$ in 2008-01-04
Toyota Motor Corp. expects to accelerate its cost-cutting efforts next year to save more than $2.7 billion annually as the carmaker seeks to offset rising commodity
Toyota, target of Winterkorn
Volkswagen group is working on a 10-year strategic plan that aims to close the productivity and profit gap with Toyota.
Toyota increases purchasing in Mexico
Toyota Motor Corp. has doubled its spending with suppliers based in Mexico to almost $2 billion per year since 2002, says Chris Nielsen, the Japanese automaker’s North American purchasing chief.