Toyota will resume production at two European plantsApril 15, 2020
Like all other car brands, Toyota stopped production at its European plants due to coronavirus.
If all goes well, the two factories will continue production this month. Two weeks ago, Toyota announced the cessation of production at all of its European plants. At that time, the Japanese indicated that they would cease operations at least until April 20. It seems that soon after this date, the two factories will be able to return to work. According to Reuters, Toyota said the plant in Poland and France will receive a green light on April 22 to resume production to a limited extent. Other European companies in the UK, Czech Republic, Portugal and Turkey are still closed.
The Polish plant is not far away responsible for the production of Toyota engines and gearboxes. Yaris is being built at a factory in France, in Onnay, near the border with Belgium. In factories that are still closed, C-HR and Corolla (Turkey), Aygo (Czech Republic), Land Cruiser (Portugal) and Auris (Great Britain) are being built.
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