Toyota Australia's local component suppliers are being encouraged to increase productivity and diversify their business operations to improve their global competitiveness. To help achieve this, Toyota invites two non-automotive manufacturers to its established- supplier-development forum: Thales Australia and BAE Systems, which specialize in building defense vehicles. Some 20 parts makers from Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia attend the forum, which offers an ...

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