Toyota Applies Lessons Learned From 2011 Earthquake

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In 2011, automakers in Japan faced months of production setbacks due to a massive earthquake. When it happened again in April 2016, Toyota was better prepared and is already bouncing back. The company is still losing money because of the quake, but losses aren't as bad as they were in 2011. Take a look at what Toyota learned from the first quake and what disaster plans it put in place to keep production happening this time around.

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