Toyota hikes their sales in Canada
|   Sunday, June 10, 2012
Japanese automaker Toyota announced about record sales of their cars in the current year in Canada. Giving more information on the topic, the company officially announced that they have hiked their sales by 45 percent as compare to their sales in last year till the end of May.
Company told that due to Tsunami in Japan during the last year was become a major reason of less supplying of their cars in Canada and other countries, but now the issue has resolved and company has once again achieved more sales of their cars than their desired target.


The CEO of the company told that, Toyota was sure to have more sales of their cars in Canada in this year and the company is happy to for the favorable fortune. He also said that if the sales continue, Toyota will achieve their desired target of this year 3 months before the end of this year. This means sales of more cars will surely going to hike their profit in Canada. Company seems to be happy for the trust Canadian people are showing towards the Toyota.

Company has also told that they are ready to export more cars in Canada. According to company, the overall number of cars exported by them in Canada for this year is highly expected to be sold out by the end of September. Company has started the process of exporting more cars from Japan to Canada so that buyers will not have to wait for delivery of the car after placing the order.

Company conducted a survey recently about the future sales of their cars and that is why they have decided to export more cars in Canada. Toyota officially announced that this year will surely going to be the second year for them in which they will hopefully achieved the desired target before the scheduled time. Company also said that before this it was happened in the year 2009, and that time buyers were faced lot of issues with the delivery of cars as there were no cars of Toyota were available in entire Canada. Company doesn't want that the same thing will happen in the current year as well.

When company was asked about any plan to set up production plant in Canada, it seems that they are quite interested in this task. A Canadian news paper has already published a news saying that there will be more probability that Toyota will set up their production plant in Canada. Company has shown some indication regarding this, however they have not announced it officially till now.

Toyota has a plan to launch their two new models in Canada by the end of this year. Recently company announced that they are putting very sincere efforts to introduce two new models of Toyota by the end of this year. Company first plan was to launch them in the fourth month of next year, but now they have decided to introduce them by the end of this year. Company is sure that this will help them in achieving more than desired targets in the upcoming year as well.
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