Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile (TPCA) factory in Kolin, Czech Republic, has resumed production of the Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 108 and Citröen C1.
TPCA, a joint venture between Toyota and PSA, stopped production on March 19.
Prior to the decision to resume production at TPCA, a feasibility study was carried out, which assessed several factors. From the beginning, its main objective was to ensure the safety of all employees, suppliers and visitors. A wide range of occupational safety and health measures has been put in place.
These measures were confirmed with representatives of trade unions and also the mayor of Kolín, who personally visited the factory on Friday, May 22, and was convinced of all the measures implemented by TPCA.
During the shutdown, construction, design work and the installation of new equipment for the future production of the Toyota Yaris hybrid car, which TPCA announced in January this year, continued.