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Toyota halts Thai plants due to COVID-19 induced parts supply crunch
Toyota Motor Corp suspended operations at all three Thai plants through next Wednesday due to a coronavirus outbreak-triggered shortage of parts.
The company's three Thai plants, all located in Bangkok, have a combined output capacity of 760,000 units per year and serve as key production bases for Southeast Asia.
Toyota will consider the COVID-19 infection rates in the area when determining whether to resume operations or extend the suspension further.
The parts shortage resulting from the spread of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia also resulted in the 5-day suspension of production at the Toyota Auto Body Co plant in Aichi Prefecture.