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Japan Trip Presentation: TOYOTA Jose F. Rodrigues Neto Paolo Gencarelli Greg McKelvey Giulio Pappalardo Kazutoshi Tominaga Agenda Company Background Car Industry Trends Toyota Challenges & Strategies Our Questions for Toyota Company Background Headline Facts: Toyota

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japan trip presentation toyota

Japan Trip Presentation:TOYOTA

Jose F. Rodrigues Neto

Paolo Gencarelli

Greg McKelvey

Giulio Pappalardo

Kazutoshi Tominaga

agenda
Agenda
  • Company Background
  • Car Industry Trends
  • Toyota Challenges & Strategies
  • Our Questions for Toyota
headline facts toyota
Headline Facts: Toyota
  • Annual sales: $114 Billion
  • Production: ~5.8 million Units/Yr.
  • Employees: ~210,000 people
  • 56 manufacturing plants in 6 continents
  • 3rd largest automotive manufacturer in the global market
company history
Company History
  • Established in 1937 out of Sakichi Toyoda’s weaving machine company
  • Launched first car (SA Model) in 1947
  • “Toyota Production System” formed in 1950 based on Just-In-Time principle
  • Overseas production starts in 1959 (Brazil)
  • In 1972, cumulative production >10M units
  • In 2002, entry in the Formula 1 circuit
business segments low diversification
Business Segments - Low Diversification
  • Automotive [90.0% Sales]
    • Design, manufacture and sales of passenger cars, recreational vehicles, SUVs and related parts
  • Financial Services [4.5% Sales]
    • Provisions of loans to car buyers and car dealers
  • Others [5.5% Sales]
    • Industrial vehicles (forklifts, etc.)
    • Pre-fabricated housing
slide8

Balanced Global Salesvs. Predominantly Export Based Production

Toyota Production and Sales (MM Units)

12%

30%

21%

35%

67%

35%

slide10

Strong Financial Performance

INDUSTRY

  • Market Cap
  • 5-Yr CAGR Revenues
  • 5-Yr Pre tax Profit Margin
  • 5-Yr CAGR Earnings
  • ROE
  • $ 102 Bn
  • 3.0%
  • 7.3%
  • 17.3%
  • 9.5%
  • $ 43 Bn (DaimC)
  • 3.8%
  • 4.5%
  • –12.63%
  • 11.8%
slide11

Revolutionary Production System

  • Revolutionized manufacturing industry
  • At its core is “lean” principle
    • Relentless drive to improve efficiency and eliminate waste
  • Beginnings of TPS were born out of necessity due to lack of resources in post-war Japan
toyota production system key main concepts
Toyota Production System:Key Main Concepts
  • JIT
  • Just In Time manufacturing
  • Small batches which reduced inventory costs, tightened relationship with suppliers and improved quality control
  • “5 Whys” Quality
  • Asking “Why?” 5 times to locate source of problems
  • Stopping the production line whenever there are quality problems to ensure they are not repeated
  • Low cost supplier
  • Long term supplier relationships
slide14

Car Industry Trends

  • Consolidation
  • Push to Emerging Markets for Growth
  • Global Emphasis on Small-Size Vehicles
  • Environmentally Friendly Products
  • Internet as a Key Enabler of Change of Automotive Retailing
slide15

Drivers of Consolidation

Type

Rationale

Tactics

“Of the 20 auto makers in 1965, 14 have since merged or been taken over. By 2006, the top 14 VMs will account for 90% of light vehicle output.”

toyota challenges summary
Toyota Challenges - Summary
  • Industry overcapacity
  • Economic downturn
  • Globalization
  • Environmental concerns
  • The IT revolution
  • Diverse and shifting consumer demand
toyota s strategy
Toyota’s Strategy
  • Increase competitive strength through advanced technology
  • Promoting a global perspective
  • Value-driven cost reduction (CCC21 program)
  • Expanding the value chain—becoming the Total Mobility Services Provider
  • Expansion of model offerings—Quality, value, and style?
toyota questions
Toyota Questions
  • What do you see as the key elements to succeeding in the European market?
  • After Japan, U.S., and Europe, where do you see as the next critical market to Toyota’s globalization effort?
    • Emerging markets
  • What have been the most difficult challenges in the global implementation of “The Toyota Way?”
  • While sales continue to globalize, non-Japan production footprint appears to be leveling at 35%. What is Toyota’s strategic direction on “make where sell”? Challenges?
  • Does Toyota foresee Internet as viable infrastructure in purchasing, supplier relationships? How will Toyota integrate into TPS?
  • When do you think hybrid vehicles will reach critical mass?
  • What is Toyota’s view on industry consolidation and potential benefits of acquisitions / mergers?
  • How does Toyota’s recent initiatives reflect future strategic focus (e.g. new channel brand in U.S., participation in Formula-1)
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