August 06, 2020

Toyota Motor Philippines Celebrates 32 Years in the Philippines

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  • Toyota celebrates 32 years of operations in the Philippines on a very hopeful note, highlighted by the recent launch of its new Toyota Vios.

    As the country looks to reopen the economy after going under quarantine in March, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) renews its partnership with the Filipino people in its pursuit of nation-building.

    We celebrate 32 years of #MobilityForAll Filipinos. To many more years of moving forward, together.

    Toyota Motor Philippinesさんの投稿 2020年8月3日月曜日

    In a message to all team members, TMP Chairman Alfred V. Ty expressed his confidence that better days lie ahead.

    “In our over 30-year history, we have faced many challenges but this is by far the most challenging we have seen.  Of one thing I am sure: this will be our finest moment. We will draw on our collective strength to support the government in its recovery efforts and we will assure our customers and each one in our Toyota family that we will stand by each other every step of the way,” he said.

    In 2019, Toyota ended the year with its 18th consecutive triple crown—a testament to its overall popularity as well as that of its passenger car and commercial vehicle product offerings.

    Toyota has been the most preferred automotive brand of Filipinos in all but three of its 32-year history. From 1988 until June 2020, TMP has put 1.78 million Toyota vehicles on Philippine roads.

    From only three initial models in its line-up,  TMP now offers a selection of 78 models and variants, including such favorites as the Vios, Innova, Hilux, Fortuner, Wigo, Rush, Avanza, and Hiace. It has also introduced a growing number of hybrid electric vehicles and a whole range of luxury products under its Lexus brand.

    Also read: Toyota Motor Philippines Launches The New Toyota Vios

    TMP has also been a vital part of the manufacturing and industrial landscape of the Philippines for over three decades. Annually, TMP generates exports of USD 1 billion in Philippine-made local parts. Since it started its local production in 1989 until June 2020, TMP has produced almost 880,000 units.

    As it marks 32 years in the Philippines, TMP embarks in earnest on its transition to a mobility company. Together with its 71 dealers nationwide, Toyota is transforming itself into a one-stop solution provider to meet the growing mobility needs of Filipinos.

    In line with its mission of providing the best vehicle purchase and ownership experience, TMP has expanded its services to include Toyota Financial Services, Toyota Insure Program, and Toyota Certified Used Vehicles.

    Additionally, Toyota has ramped up its program of digitalization to meet a growing and apparent shift in consumer behavior towards an online consumer experience. New initiatives such as the launch of a virtual Toyota showroom, a new MyToyotaPH app that puts maintenance of your Toyota vehicle on your mobile phone, and even an exciting new Supra GT Cup race experience in place of the well-followed Vios Cup.

    Also read: Toyota Motor Philippines Makes Car-Buying a Safer Experience With Its Online Virtual Showroom

    Through all the years, TMP has never forgotten its responsibility to give back to society. During the quarantine, TMP donated 30 Vios vehicles to the Department of Health and Local Government of Santa Rosa.

    It also loaned a fleet of almost 50 vehicles for the use of essential workers. TMP also engaged its engineers and skilled workers to produce 43,000 masks for distribution to essential workers, government units, and own team members.

    Also read: Toyota Provides Free Booking Service App to P2P Commuters

    All these are on top of Toyota’s continuing support to the environment through programs like its Coastal Clean-Up and Mangrove Planting Program; education through the TMP School of Technology; and well-being through its partnership with the Philippine Paralympic Committee and much more.

    As TMP moves forward, it reaffirms its partnership with the Filipino people.  “This crisis is surely a very challenging experience for everyone.  But as a market leader, it is our responsibility to elevate customer service even in these most difficult times. We will redouble our efforts in helping to bring the Philippine economy back on track to a better tomorrow. Indeed, we are stronger together,” concluded Chairman Ty.

    This is a press release. Edits were made prior to publishing.
    Images courtesy of Toyota Motor Philippines

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