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Last update 31 March 2022

Description of economic activities

Manufacture of motor vehicles (NACE2 2910)

This company is engaged in the manufacture and wholesale distribution of textile machinery, automobiles, and materials handling equipment. It was founded and incorporated in 1926. The registered business office of the company is located in Kariya, Japan.The company offers lift and counterbalanced trucks, other industrial vehicles, and cleaning equipment; storage and conveying equipment, sorting equipment, and information systems; aisle, reach, stacker, order picking, and pallet trucks; sideloaders; automated storage and retrieval systems; automatic guided vehicles; in-house transporters; aerial work and scissor lift platforms; and warehousing equipment, as well as land transportation services through trucks. It also provides cars; engines for passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, and industrial equipment, as well as turbochargers and foundry parts; car air-conditioning compressors, aluminum die-cast products, and other products; DC-DC converters, rear inverters, direct-cooling devices, DC-AC inverters, and charging systems; and automotive and lift truck stamping dies, as well as parts for automobiles, materials handling equipment, and textile machinery. In addition, the company covers weaving and spinning machines; and ring spinning and roving frames, combers, and cotton classing and yarn testing instruments, as well as leases materials handling systems and industrial equipment. Further, it plans, designs, operates, and manages distribution centers; operates sports facilities; renovates and sells tube amplifiers; operates and manages employee clubs; plans and operates benefit programs; organizes and runs various events; leases real estate properties; and provides administrative processing services for payroll accounting. Furthermore, the company provides restaurant management, travel agency, personnel placement and contract office staffing, and patent investigation, as well as funding, and loan and other financial services.It is a global company with operating subsidiaries in Japan, the United States, Sweden, Australia, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Singapore, Italy, China, Canada, India, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hungary, Vietnam, Brazil, Austria, Latvia, Mexico, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Greece, Poland, Romania, and the Russian Federation.

  • Japan (JP)
  • Company type: Corporate
  • Parent company: N/A
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO): Mr Tetsuro Toyoda
  • CEO Total remuneration: N/A
  • Website:

Financial data

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Social dialog

  • Transnational Corporate Agreement (TCA): N/A
  • Global Framework Agreement (GFA): N/A
  • Societas Europaea (SE): N/A
  • Bangladesh Accord: N/A

European Works Councils

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Standards and certifications

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  • CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project):
  • Modern Slavery Statement: N/A
  • Transparency Index: N/A
  • SA8000 Social Accountability: N/A
  • Integrated report: N/A
  • ISO26000: N/A
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  • Social Development Goals (SDGs): N/A

Global Reporting Initiative certification

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  • Global Reporting Initiative GRI G4: N/A

Other company declarations

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  • Training policy: N/A
  • Policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplaces where the company operates: N/A
  • Policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplaces in the supply chain: N/A
  • Diversity policy: N/A

Universal declarations

Declarations and treaties recognised by the country where the company has its registered office

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
  • European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR):
  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of CDFL Workers (Strasbourg Charter 1989):
  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union EU CFR (Nice Charter 2000):
  • Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union TFEU:
  • Registered office in an OECD country:
  • ILO C029 - Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29):
  • ILO C087 - Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87):
  • ILO C098 - Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98):
  • ILO C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No. 100):
  • ILO C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105):
  • ILO C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111):
  • ILO C138 - Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138):
  • ILO C182 - Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182):

Directives applied in the company offices in EU 27

  • D. 80/987/EEC: N/A
  • D. 89/391/EEC: N/A
  • D. 98/59/EC: N/A
  • D. 2000/43/EC: N/A
  • D. 2000/78/EC: N/A
  • D. 2001/23/EC: N/A
  • Council D. 2001/86/EC: N/A
  • D. 2002/14/EC: N/A
  • D. 2002/73/EC: N/A
  • Council D. 2003/72/EC: N/A
  • EP and Council D. 2005/56/EC: N/A
  • D. 2009/38/EC: N/A
  • D. 2004/25/EC: N/A
  • D. 2011/35/EU: N/A

Presence in main rankings

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  • BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable US Brands: N/A
  • The Worlds Best Multinational Workplaces: N/A
  • The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: N/A
  • The Worlds Most Innovative Companies: N/A
  • The Diversity Inc Top 50 Companies: N/A
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  • Green Ranking Global Top 500: N/A
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Latest news about toyota industries corporation

1 February 2020 - 12:00

Scandalo Toyota, Honda, Renault, Ford: 6 milioni di auto difettose

Dopo lo scandalo che ha sconvolto Ford e Renault, ora una nuova bufera si sta abbattendo sulle case automobilistiche giapponesi Toyota e Honda.

Il danno, in qualche modo, sembrerebbe essere meno grave del precedente. Ford e Renault sarebbero infatti finite nell’occhio del ciclone per essersi categoricamente rifiutate di sostituire dei pezzi difettosi per problemi di fabbrica. Nel caso di Toyota e Honda, invece, sono le stesse aziende ad aver disposto il ritiro delle vetture problematiche dal commercio e dagli stessi possessori, per poter riparare la vulnerabilità.