Toyota’s plans to resume full production capacity have been reported pretty frequently, but they are moving on track faster than those reports suggest: the world’s largest automaker believes that it can bring Japanese production back to 90% of pre-earthquake levels, by next month.
Toyota also believes that given until August, production will be right where they left off before the earthquake of March 11th. Previously, CEO Akio Toyoda had claimed that production would be at 70% by summertime, already an improvement by two months. Now, it seems Toyota is projecting even more success on their production goals.
[Source: The Truth About Cars]