“Regardless of the model, we take into account how long a customer is waiting for their vehicle and try to prioritize accordingly,” he said. “Nevertheless, deliveries to customers are highly dependent on individual equipment and short-term availability of parts. “
The company expects the impacts of the shortages to continue into the second half of this year.
The Nissan plant in Tennessee is set to close until the end of August due to supply issues, according to the WSFA, caused by a Covid-19 outbreak at a Malaysian semiconductor producer.
Toyota will cut production by 40% in September due to the global semiconductor shortage and the impacts of Covid-19 in Asia, the company announced Thursday, August 19.
The shutdown, which will affect 14 Toyota factories in Japan and 27 of the 28 production lines, is expected to last until the end of September, with major impacts expected in Japan, Europe, China and the United States.
Up to 360,000 vehicles are expected to be lost due to the closures, including 80,000 in the United States, 40,000 in Europe and 80,000 in China. “Toyota is making great efforts to minimize the impact of the semiconductor supply shortage that is affecting the automotive industry globally,” a spokesperson said. “Toyota Europe [TME] works diligently with the supplier network to limit the additional impact on production and makes every effort to deliver vehicles to our customers as quickly as possible.
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