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We are one of the world's largest automotive manufacturers. Today, Toyota operates 69 manufacturing companies in 27 countries and regions globally, as well as Japan. It markets vehicles in more than 160 countries and regions worldwide, thanks to the support of a 340,000 strong workforce. Read more »

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Toyota is the leading company for hybrid vehicle development, and the new Corolla with its Touring Sports variant is the future of TMUK.
Toyota's decision to establish a manufacturing operation in the UK was announced in 1989.
The first car, a Carina E, drove off the Burnaston production line on 16 December 1992.
In 1998, the Corolla was introduced, which paved the way for the launch of the new generation Corolla in 2001.
There are two manufacturing plants in the UK, representing an investment of £2.75 billion and employing approximately 3,000 members.
Over 2,400 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.

Sharon Wilson

Assembly Engineering Section Manager

"Throughout the company there is a huge emphasis on teamwork, and people will always help and support each other."

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Holly Cheshire

Industrial Placement

"I was given projects with a large amount of responsibility , which really makes you feel like you’re making a difference to the company and a lot more than just an intern."

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Donations show appreciation

The Toyota Manufacturing UK Charitable Trust raised £194,000.00 throughout 2018 for local charities and good causes in the company’s local communities.

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Homecoming: BTCC Corolla visits Burnaston ahead of Donington Park

Members of Toyota Manufacturing UK turned out in big numbers to welcome the Team Toyota GB BTCC Corolla as it made a home trip ahead of the Donington Park round of the British Touring Car Championship.

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