Toyota Motor Corp. places its senior North American manufacturing executive, Steve St. Angelo, in the role of chief quality control officer for North America. St. Angelo, executive vice president-Toyota Motor Engineering & Mfg. North America (TEMA), is to “guide the implementation of regional improvements in concert with the Special Committee for Global Quality,” Toyota says in a statement. The Special Committee for Global Quality is headed by TMC President Akio Toyoda and is set for ...

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