As the world's second largest automaker, Toyota designs, tests, manufactures, sells, and services vehicles and vehicle components. Toyota markets vehicles in over 170 countries. Toyota’s diversified operations include telecommunications, prefabricated housing and leisure boats. It is headquartered in Aichi, Japan.
Toyota established operations in the United States in 1957 and currently operates 10 manufacturing plants. Toyota is committed to being a good corporate citizen in the communities where it does business and believes in supporting programs with long-term sustainable results. Since 1991, Toyota has contributed more than $464 million to philanthropic programs in the United States.
President: Akio Toyoda; Chief Officer of North America Operations Group: Yoshimi Inaba; Revenues: $231.61 Billion (2010); Employees: 317,716 (2010)
Climate Change Targets
Toyota plants in North America aim to reduce energy consumption (per unit of production) by 32.6 percent from 2002 levels by 2011. Toyota met its goal to reduce worldwide production CO2 emissions (volume/sales unit) 20 percent from FY 2001 levels by FY 2010.
Climate and Energy Strategies
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Relevant Links: Toyota North America Company Web Site, Toyota North America Operations Environment Web Site, Toyota 2010 North American Report, Toyota Environment Plan, Toytota Advertisement