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Toyota Announces Continuation of Vehicle Plant Operations Amid Noto Peninsula Earthquake Aftermath

In the wake of the tragic Noto Peninsula Earthquake that struck on January 1, 2024, Toyota Motor Corporation extends its heartfelt condolences and sympathies to all those affected by this devastating event. Amidst ongoing recovery efforts, the company has announced a significant decision regarding its vehicle plant operations in Japan.

Starting January 8, Toyota has decided to resume operations at its vehicle plants across Japan. This decision comes after thorough consideration of the current situation, including the impact on local suppliers and their affiliates. Due to the earthquake’s effects, many of these local entities have faced disruptions. However, Toyota plans to mitigate these challenges by utilizing its stock of parts available outside the earthquake-affected areas.

The company emphasizes that safety remains its utmost priority. As the region still experiences aftershocks, Toyota has taken a cautious approach towards plant operations beyond January 15. Decisions about future operations will be made separately, with continuous evaluation of the situation and a steadfast commitment to ensuring the safety of all involved and aiding in the region’s restoration.

Toyota extends its gratitude to everyone engaged in the relief efforts and expresses its earnest hope for a swift and thorough recovery of the Noto region. The company’s decision to resume operations reflects its dedication to supporting the local economy while prioritizing the well-being of the community and its employees.

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