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Toyota Kill Roth Car Motors Sharing Best Practices with ACMA Member Companies

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Auto Parts Manufacturers Association (ACMA) to share best practices such as human resource development and lean management principles with ACMA member companies. This initiative will be implemented by TKM through the training department Toyota Learning and Development India (TLDI).

MoU has the greatest potential in an evolving skills environment, in collaboration with TKM’s ongoing commitment to provide “lifelong learning” to all stakeholders, including employees, suppliers and industry peers. We will support you to realize. Following MoU, TKM focused on lean manufacturing systems, automotive and electric vehicle technology, industrial safety, environmental management systems, quality and supply chain management, and trading principles such as automotive welding, automotive painting, mechatronics, and automation131. We provide a training program for you. Robotics.

The training program will be conducted on the premises of the TKM manufacturing plant or ACMA member companies. TKM will have trainers certified by Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) in Japan and Toyota’s Asia Pacific Global Production Center (AP-GPC) in Thailand.

Vinnie Mehta, Executive Director of ACMA, commented on the joint initiative, saying: Not only will this benefit ACMA member companies, but it will also help India become a world-class automotive manufacturing hub by developing efficient, agile and best-in-class practices. “

“In addition, the pandemic has readjusted the manufacturing floor to ensure safe and sustainable manufacturing. Under this joint TKM-ACMA initiative, auto parts manufacturers who acquire skills have overcome the challenges of confusion. , Given the skills and knowledge to create a manufacturing ecosystem that ensures business continuity, “he added.

G. Shankara, Vice President of Human Resources and Services at TKM, said: The Toyota Way focuses on the quest for improvement by encouraging progressive and groundbreaking innovative thinking. Today, all organizations are looking for a silver lining to adapt to new standards and increase work productivity and flexibility. The Toyota Production System, a world-renowned approach in the automotive industry, helps build lean and agile systems. We are pleased to share Toyota’s know-how and contribute to human development in the automobile parts industry. We hope that the partnership with ACMA, which helps parts manufacturers improve their skills, will greatly help build a sustainable, robust and future-proof automotive supply chain in the country. “

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Toyota Kill Roth Car Motors Sharing Best Practices with ACMA Member Companies
Toyota Kill Roth Car Motors Sharing Best Practices with ACMA Member Companies
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