Toyota Industries

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Buick

    Rhetorical Analysis of the Buick Super Bowl Advertisement Buick Motor Division, commonly referred to as Buick, is a high end American automobile company. The founder of Buick is David Dunbar Buick who was originally born in Scotland. Buick is a division of General Motors (GM) and is the oldest manufactured car in America, for it was officially branded in 1903. While the headquarters of Buick is located in Detroit, it was assembled in Flint, Michigan. Buick automobiles is marketed as luxury…

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  • Nissan Motor Manufacturing: Uk's Largest Car Manufacturing Plant

    1) Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK Limited (NMUL) is UK’s largest car manufacturing plant which is located near Sunderland in 1986. It has been Europe’s most productive car plant for the past seven years, cars produced include the Almera, Micra and Primera. Over 70% of output is exported to 55 markets worldwide. The landscaped NMUK site incorporates conservation areas, such as ponds, lakes and woodland and currently has 10 onsite wind turbines, producing up to 10% of the energy, required for the…

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  • Product Portfolio Strategy: Hyundai: Product Portfolio Strategy

    Product Portfolio Strategy Hyundai Hyundai has a wide range of cars in their vehicle line up. Their product line includes domestic cars, SUVs, Economical cars and Commercial vehicles. Cars include Centennial, Genesis, Genesis Coupe, Azera, Sonata, i40, i40 sedan, Elantra, Elantra Coupe, i30, i30 wagon, i30 3DR , Veloster, Veloster turbo, Accent, Accent 5DR, ix20, i20 5DR, i20 3DR, HB20, Grand i10, New Generation i10 and Eon. The SUV models are Grand Santa Fe, Santa Fe and Tucson. The Economy…

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  • Drag Truck Research Paper

    I have built a drag truck. We built a street truck when I say we it`s my dad and Kaleb and me. It is a 1985 S10 with a 350 cubic inches motor in it. It has big tires on the back small on the front the body looks like its right out of the junk yard. I did not have a really big money that I wanted to have to build it. I work fast food so I cannot really spend crazy amounts on parts. One day I was on one of my Facebook car pages and I was looking thru there and seen a 1986 S10 with a 307 in it so…

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  • Ford Pinto Case

    The cases involving the explosion of Ford Pinto's due to a defective fuel system design led to the debate of Ford’s use of their a cost-benefit analysis and its decision not to upgrade the fuel system based on this analysis. Ford failed its consumers by not applying risk management during the initial design of the Ford Pinto. Instead it calculated risk based on a strictly functional view which would result in Ford defending their decision based on their cost-benefit analysis. In comparison…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Mazda's 'Driving Matters'

    Do people consider cars to be part of the family? Even if not, Mazda is trying to influence people that cars are now an essential part of the traditional American family. In the ad “Driving Matters,” created and produced by Mazda, they latch onto this idea and appeal to potential consumers by creating an ad that depicts the growth of a young man and his Mazda by his side the entire way (Driving Matters). Ad creators attempt to re-establish themselves as a family-oriented company by using a…

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  • Executive Summary: The Role Of Global Competition In The Auto Industry

    Global competition in the industry American Auto Industry is facing very powerful competition presence in form of Japanese auto industry. After the 1990s they have taken a lion’s share in the global market. Some of them are Honda, Toyota, Mazda, Isuzu, Suzuki, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Yamaha and Kawasaki. They have created superior products and win the consumer’s hearts. American auto industry enjoyed monopoly on world’s auto industry for a while but Japanese and German car makers have made a huge…

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  • Toyota Total Quality Management Analysis

    1.0 Introduction Toyota’s system of lean production and techniques for eliminating errors such a poka-yoke, which is an exercise formulated to avoid mistakes that can result in defective products, are world-renowned examples of quality assurance. Interestingly, in most cases supply chain quality assurance was established as the major reason for product recall (Roth et al. 2008). Recent product recalls and disorders in supply chains are cautionary indicators that the level of quality management…

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  • Case Study Of Nike Inc.: Lean Production

    1.0 Introduction This report has been carried out to understand how the company, Nike Inc., has implemented Lean Production in their manufacturing process and to give suggestions for further improvement if possible. 1.1 Lean Production Lean production is one of the many Japanese process of cutting down waste whilst ensuring that the quality of the product does not suffer. It includes Kaizen, cell production, Just In Time (JIT). Kaizen involves continuous improvement. Whilst cell production is…

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  • Toyotism: The History Of The Toyota Production System

    also known as Toyota Production System (TPS), is the term used by the analogy with Fordism to designate the management and production system first developed in Japan by the Toyota company. Lean Production, instead is often used as a generic name in order to take in account all the changes and additions made to the original TPS. It is without any doubts that we can state that one of the fathers of the system was Taiichi Ohno who had the charge of a production engineering manager at Toyota plants.…

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