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09 March 2017

MBA students Industrial visit to Toyota Motors

MBA students Industrial visit to Toyota Motors

Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd is a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation of Japan (with Kirloskar Group as a minority owner), for the manufacture and sales of Toyota cars in India. It is currently the 4th largest car maker in India after Maruti SuzukiHyundai, and Mahindra.

TKMPL's current plant at BidadiKarnataka is spread across more than 400 acres and has a capacity of 110,000 vehicles per annum. TKMPL's second manufacturing plant on the outskirts of Bangalore,  has a capacity of 210,000 vehicles per annum. Both plants have a combined capacity of 320,000 vehicles per annum. Their product range includes the following models as on today:

Toyota Corolla, AltisToyota EtiosToyota Etios CrossToyota Etios, Liva Toyota, Fortuner 

Apart from the above they have a separate manufacturing & distribution facility of spare parts adjacent to main production line.

As a part of MBA curriculum the current batch (2017-18) of MBA students visited the plant on 6th March 2017. Since it was difficult to cover the entire plant in one visit, the company officials have explained some portion of  manufacturing process through PPT presentation and rest through by personally taking around physically. By this way the students were shown the entire process of manufacture to final assembly of different vehicles. At the end there was an inter-active session with the technical teams who clarified certain doubts raised by the students. By and large the visit was very much informative to students who have gained practical knowledge on various aspects of manufacturing.

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