Toyota Philippines resumes car plant production after setting up new safety protocols

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Toyota Philippines car plant production
TMP reopened 66 of the 70 dealer centers across the Philippines. Photo from TMP.

Toyota Motor Philippines has restarted its car plant production as more dealerships are resuming operations nationwide after setting up new safety protocols amid the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.

The Santa Rosa, Laguna plant temporarily halted production to comply with the quarantine guidelines set by the government but has since resumed operations last May 18, 2020.

As of May 20, 2020, 66 out of the 70 Toyota dealer outlets nationwide have resumed operations with safety and sanitation guidelines also in place.

The precautionary measures conducted in the plant to ensure safety and adherence to production protocols include:

  • briefing personnel on the safety guidelines and measures that will be strictly followed in the plant
  • single-shift operation of personnel
  • customers are encouraged to set an appointment before visiting a dealer

The TMP dealers’ directory can be accessed here.

Toyota Philippines deployed sanitized vehicles for the use of health care frontliners at the Philippine General Hospital.

Toyota has championed Safety Sense Driving in its vehicles.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Toyota Philippines for resuming business operations to keep the economy going even during the coronavirus disease pandemic.

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