Toyota Value Chain Employment
2012: US $963 Million (26%of total auto parts & components export)
(CKD: 67% of total vehicle sales)
TMP is the FIRST automotive company in the Philippines to be awarded the ISO 14001 Certification for its Environmental Management System, adopting a set of standards and requirements established by the International Organization for Standardization for Environmental Management.
One of the features of the Environmental Management System is TMP's Waste WAter Treatment Plant (WWTP) which can treat 840 cubic meter of industrial and sanitary waste water per day. This P140M investment ensures that only clean and safe water goes into the water system of Laguna. Furthermore, the WWTP features a Greenroof, which reduces heat from the sun permeating through the roof, consequently reducing electricity consumption of air conditioning units.
Another is the use of solar power in TMP's Manufacturing Plant through Solatubes. This is a natural lighting technology, reducing lighting electricity requirement by 50%. The concentrated light from the capture device offers luminance during daylight with no energy cost. Also, Solar panels are utilized to supply power to TMP's sports facility and employee's parking area.
TMP also established the Toyota Manufacturing Eco Center (TMEC), showcasing a vegetable garden, mini lagoon, artificial wetland, and butterfly house.
The Toyota Special Economic Zone(TSEZ) boasts of a 12-hectare Toyota Forest planted with over 29,000 indigenous trees. The forest is home to many species of birds. TMP has its own tree nursery where it sources seedlings donated regularly to schools, local government institutions and other private organizations. Likewise, TMP installed a bamboo contraption along the river inside TSEZ to catch the garbage from upstream, preventing these from flowing further downstream to Laguna de Bay.
Seeing the prospects the ASEAN region will play in the future, TMP made a PhP100- Million donation in 2008 to the University of the Philippines (UP) Asian Center in Diliman, Quezon City for the construction of the one-hectare GT-Toyota Asian Cultural Center (GT-TACC). This is the biggest single, private donation to UP during its Centennial Celebration. The GT-TACC is a one-hectare complex which houses the GT-Toyota Hall of Wisdom and the GT-Toyota Asian Center Auditorium. Today, it has become a venue for various workshops and fora related to the Asia Pacific region’s changing socio-political landscape.
In raising Road Traffic Safety awareness, TMP partnered with the Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) and the UP-National Center for Transportation Studies in 2008. Most noteworthy accomplishment from this partnership is the establishment of the UP Traffic Safety Model Zone in UP Diliman, which promotes road safety to both motorists and pedestrians, aimed at long-run nationwide application.
With environment as one of its major advocacies, the six-year Philippine Peñablanca Sustainable Reforestation Project (PPSRP) in Peñablanca, Cagayan Province has become an integral part of TMP’s various environment and social projects. Since 2007, TMP regularly sends volunteers to plant trees during the annual reforestation activity. TMP also donated a Hilux which will be the service vehicle of project implementers. This US$3-million project is funded by Toyota Motor Corporation, and implemented together with its partners - Conservation International Philippines, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and the local government. The project completed the reforestation of 2,500 hectares in July 2013. With transfer of technology and know-how, the project was formally handed over to the local community who will then carry on the sustainability of the project.
TMP, through its social and humanitarian arm, Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF), in partnership with the City Government of Santa Rosa and Gawad Kalinga (GK) Community Development Foundation, launched the Toyota-City of Santa Rosa-GK Village Project in Brgy. Pulong Sta. Cruz, Santa Rosa City, Laguna in February 2012. Toyota's PhP20-million donation is a landmark project with the local government of Santa Rosa and Gawad Kalinga. An envisioned 160 housing units will be constructed for deserving beneficiaries from Barangays Pulong Sta. Cruz and Malitlit of the City of Santa Rosa. The development of the 8,000 sq. m.-village is targeted to be completed by the end of 3rd quarter of 2013.
Strengthening its environmental advocacy in the country, TMP, through TMPF, forged a partnership in August 2012 with the University of the Philippines Los Baños Foundation, Inc. (UPLBFI) for the implementation of the Toyota Adopt-A-Forest Project. The project includes the reforestation of ten (10) hectares inside the Makiling Botanic Gardens (MBG), creation of a 3-hectare Toyota Palmetum Garden, construction of a nursery and propagation of palm tree seedlings, and the establishment of a Toyota Environment Education Theater. Together with its regional affiliate, Toyota Motor Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (TMAP), TMP will fund the project costing Php1.3 million which is envisioned to be completed by December 2014.
TMPF provides its host communities, Santa Rosa and Parañaque, with quality healthcare services through the regular Medical and Dental Outreach Program (MDOP). Together with its partners, TMPF provides free consultation, laboratory services, and medicine. Likewise, TMP also donates equipment to hospitals.
Taking care of its adopted school, Pulong Sta. Cruz Elementary School (PSCES) in Santa Rosa City, Laguna, TMPF assists in the repair and construction of facilities, aptitude and skills development of students and faculty, conduct of seminars on health, nutrition, environmental awareness, and road safety. In 2010, PSCES topped the National Achievement Test (NAT) among all public schools in Santa Rosa City.
TMPF raises the quality of technical education in the Philippines with its Automotive Education Program (AEP) by strategically partnering with 19 schools and the Toyota dealers nationwide. AEP includes: market-driven scholarship; donation of training equipment, tools, and automotive parts; and, conduct of Toyota training programs for instructors of partner schools. TMPF also awards professorial chair grants to premier engineering institutions in the country.
TMPF implements environment initiatives such as Coastal / River Clean-up drives and tree-planting activities, as well as participates in Earth Day celebration activities.
TMP likewise participates in various community service programs such as the Gawad Kalinga Build, Bantay Kalikasan, Pondo ng Pinoy, and Calamity Assistance & Relief Operations.
Created in 2006, T-NOTES or Tulungan Network of Toyota Employees is TMP’s volunteer group that aims to primarily provide financial assistance and moral support to Team Members in need due to serious medical condition of the Team Member himself, or his immediate family member. It, likewise, supports advocacies of selected charitable institutions by engaging in programs or activities in relation to education, nutrition and health for the less fortunate.
Around 200 children annually are
benefitting from this activity.
Around 120 children are sponsored by
School supplies donation for Children’s Joy
The blood donation program started in 1999 in
partnership with St. Luke's Medical Center.
Typhoon Ondoy was one of the worst disasters that ever hit the country. Although the typhoon spared TMP from significant physical damage, many Team Members were affected with their homes submerged in water.
In response to the situation, TMP volunteers helped Team Members affected by the flood by moving furniture, appliance, personal belongings and even cars using make-shift rafts. T-NOTES also collected and distributed relief goods to several affected areas in Santa Rosa City, Laguna.