Toyota registered 26% de growth in March 2016. October 2015 was the best month for the company for sales.
Toyota Kirlosker march 2016 sales report and updates. Complete report for registered member only.
In Feb 2016, it registered 21% growth.
Toyota kirlosker march 2016 sales chart and analysis. In domestic sales Toyota shows decline of 41% while in exports their is growth of 6% in compare to same month last year 2015.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. (TKM) today announced the appointment of Mr. Akito Tachibana as the new Managing Director of TKM, with effect from 1st April 2016
Mr. Akito Tachibana has spent three decades at Toyota. His experience in Toyota Motor Corporation spans across various functions like Domestic and Overseas Planning, Used Car and Product Management. He has worked in the Corporate Planning Function at Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America Inc. and also been responsible of Product Planning for North America. He has also headed Toyota Motor Vietnam Co Ltd as the President.
Mr. Akito Tachibana currently heads the Technical, Purchase and Quality Assurance functions at TKM. Before his current assignment Mr. Akito Tachibana was working as the Executive Vice President – Toyota Motor Thailand. The current MD of TKM, Mr. Naomi Ishii, has been appointed as the General Manager of Corporate Planning Division – Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan from 01st April.
Toyota Technical Education Program [SA- T-TEP] Launch at Sandip Foundation, Sandip Polytechnic, Nashik, Maharashtra
- TKM to tie-up with Polytechnics to set up distinctive training model.
- T-TEP, a CSR Initiative by Toyota Kirloskar Motor started in India in 2006.
- Toyota has partnered with 45 Institutes so far under the TTEP program.
- Will train students on the latest technology in automotive repair.
- On-the-job training at nearby Toyota Dealerships.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. in collaboration with Toyota Motor Corporation and its nationwide dealer network announces the launch of its distinctive training model – Automotive Service Advisor Toyota-Technical Education Program at Sandip Foundation, Sandip Polytechnic, Nashik, Maharashtra. The event marked the Launch of 8th SA T-TEP Program nationally and 2nd SA T-TEP in Maharashtra State.
Present at the occasion were distinguished guests Dr. Sandip N. Jha, Chairman, Sandip Foundation, Nashik and Mr. B. Padmanabha, Vice President – Customer Service Group, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru
T-TEP, a special training module in which Toyota has tied up with industrial training institutes, was launched in 2006 in India. The program aims at providing technical know-how training to ITI/ Polytechnic/Diploma students across India along with providing hands on real time experience within Toyota dealerships.
After a span of 10 years, TTEP is now associated with 45 training institutes under the program. In its first year, the program was implemented in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Hubballi. The program was subsequently introduced in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Lalru, Pune, Cochin, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Ghaziabad, Kolkata, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Indore, Vizag, Ludhiana, Cuttack, Haldwani, Nalbari, Gurgaon, Satara , Paramakudi , Chalakudy,
Mangaluru & Calicut. Till now around 4500 students are trained under this training program and around 65% have been offered employment opportunities at Toyota Dealerships across India. Among the total 843 students who have undergone training at the T-TEPs in the state of Maharashtra, 65% of the overall strength have been recruited. Around 20 students of Automobile/Mechanical Diploma will undergo the SA T-TEP training per year at this institute. Among the total number of students who have undergone training in SA-T-TEP institutes across the country, 78% and 65% of the total strength were recruited in the academic years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 respectively.
The SA T-TEP, a 1 year syllabus, introduces students to Toyota's advanced technology and service techniques. It also includes, on-the-job training at Toyota's dealerships. As a part of this program, TKM will also train institute instructors in the latest technology, used at Toyota and the automobile industry. With this program, Toyota Kirloskar Motor intends to enhance the technical abilities and employability of ITI/ Polytechnic/Diploma students in the age group of 16 to 18 years. The program will benefit Institutes in building skilful manpower for the Indian automotive repair industry. The current automobile repair industry is characterised by inadequately skilled manpower and lack of professional training for repair and diagnostics. T-TEP is a unique initiative undertaken by TKM, in partnership with Institutes and its dealer partners across India to address this issue. The syllabus imparts training on automotive skills and Service Advisor skills in addition to Dealer specific requirement to students, thereby improving their knowledge of Automotive Service and facilitating the adoption of latest technology.
Commenting on the occasion Mr. B. Padmanabha, Vice President – Customer Service Group, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd, said, "We are delighted to announce the launch of the 7th T-TEP in Maharashtra at Nashik, as Toyota Kirloskar Motor has been committed to provide quality technical education and thus catering to the requirement of skilled manpower in the Indian Automobile industry. Our mission is to carve a career path for talented students in the market, and to provide job opportunities within the similar line of work in the automobile industry. The special course of Service Advisor T-TEP is designed keeping in mind the advanced technology & demanding customer service required for the Automobile Market. We thrive to give best to the students who will eventually contribute to the growing Automobile Market and Service Industry. We introduced TTEP in India in 2006 and since then we have been successful in imparting technical training to ITI/Polytechnic students."
TKM provides T-TEP Institutes with hi tech training packages and Toyota service training manuals and materials. T-TEP supports Toyota's comprehensive human resource development system that extends from training at T-TEP institutes to recruitment and development at Toyota dealerships.
T-TEP is widely recognized across the globe for its effectiveness. The program has been successfully introduced in 419 institutes across 53 countries by Toyota, which includes USA, Australia, Italy, South Africa, China, Vietnam and India.