Toyota among greenest automakers

September 2011
Caribbean Business;9/8/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 35, p40
The article offers information on the environmental initiatives implemented by Toyota de Puerto Rico Corp. (TDPR). Mario Dávila, the firm's president, asserts that they follow two pillars in managing business which include the principle of Kaizen or integrating continuous improvement and giving respect for individuals and environment they live. It states that it ensures conserving energy, recycling and is giving grants to low-income students as part of its corporate social commitment.


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