Toyota Kolín

History

In 2002, two large multinationals, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Toyota Motor Corporation, forged a joint venture – TPCA, Toyota Peugeot Citroen Automobile Czech, s.r.o. In the same year, the two partners laid the cornerstone of a shared manufacturing plant in Kolín-Ovčáry. On February 28, 2005, the facility began manufacturing compact city cars, dubbed the “Kolín Triplets” – the Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 107, and Citroën C1.

The investment into the facility amounted to over 25 billion crowns and created thousands of jobs in the Kolín region. Since the launch of production in 2005, close to four million cars have rolled off the line and into the hands of satisfied customers in Europe and beyond.

2000

Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroën negotiate a partnership to manufacture compact cars.

A partnership agreement is signed in Brussels. Czech authorities are officially informed of the selection of Kolín for the construction of a joint manufacturing facility.

2001
2002

Signing of a joint venture agreement between Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroën. Cornerstone is laid in Kolín-Ovčáry.

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Second facelift.

The two million mark of manufactured cars reached.

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2012

Plant expansion and four billion crown investment into new technologies, including hybrid solutions.

2020 – 2021
2021

We become Toyota.

Production Volume by Generation

1st generation

1st facelift

2st facelift

2st generace

1st facelift

Toyota

341132

Toyota

286131

Toyota

159135

Toyota

352853

Toyota

221153

Peugeot

341472

Peugeot

334020

Peugeot

143562

Peugeot

257094

Peugeot

123785

Citroen

325577

Citroen

322738

Citroen

136007

Citroen

242502

Citroen

112945

SOP – 11/2008

12/2008 – 01/2012

02/2012 – 04/2014

05/2014 – 04/2018

05/2018 – NOW

Koreatsu Aoki, President

Koreatsu Aoki was born on September 12, 1959 in Tokyo, Japan.

He joined the Toyota Motor Corporation’s Human Resources Division in 1983. During the more than 14 years of his professional career with the world’s biggest automaker, he served abroad in various positions in Toyota’s plants in the United Kingdom, the United States, and France.

In 2009, he was appointed Vice President for Production Control, Logistic Control, and Operations Management of the Development Division in Toyota Motor Manufacturing & Engineering North America in the United States.

In 2014, he was appointed President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing France, a position he held for three years.

December2020

Aoki
President

Gonzalez
Executive Vice-President

Aoki
President

Gonzalez
Executive Vice-President

December2019
December2018

Aoki
President

Brochard
Executive Vice-President

Aoki
President

Brochard
Executive Vice-President

December2017
December2016

Koide
President

Varela
Executive Vice-President
(- 10/2016)

Koide
President

Varela
Executive Vice-President

December2015
December2014

Koide
President

Varela
Executive Vice-President

Koide
President

Le Guyader
Executive Vice-President

December2013
December2012

Tachihara
President

Le Guyader
Executive Vice-President

Tachihara
President

Le Guyader
Executive Vice-President

December2011
December2010

Tachihara
President

Million-Rousseau
Executive Vice-President

Takahashi
President

Million-Rousseau
Executive Vice-President

December2009
December2008

Takahashi
President

Million-Rousseau
Executive Vice-President

Takahashi
President

Guibert
Executive Vice-President

December2007
December2006

Takahashi
President

Guibert
Executive Vice-President

Takae
President

Chantossel
Executive Vice-President

December2005
January2005

Enomoto
President

Chantossel
Executive Vice-President