Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd. is planning a major expansion, saying the combined capacity of its two plants is insufficient to cope with international and domestic demand. Both facilities are designated to build Hilux Vigo pickup trucks and Fortuner SUVs under Toyota’s International Multipurpose Vehicle (IMV) project. Due to the strong demand and limited capacity in Thailand, Toyota relocated Fortuner production destined for the Philippines and Saudi Arabian markets to Indonesia, the ...
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