TOYOTA

2019 Sustainability Report

Toyota Australia's 13th sustainability report details our performance for the 12 months between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2019.


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Key facts


Employees 1,548*


Net profit after tax $206m


Dealer outlets 281


Community investment $2.5 million


Vehicles sold 223,096**


Solar power generation 1.47m kilowatt hours


Greenhouse gas emissions 63,427



*Full time equivalent including contractors

**Toyota and Lexus branded vehicles

President's Message

There is no doubt that globally, we are at a turning point. The automotive industry has been experiencing disruption from non-traditional players and will continue to do so in the future.

While maintaining our position as the top selling automotive company in Australia for the 16th consecutive year, 2019 is shaping up to be a year of forward momentum in Toyota Australia’s transformation from an automotive company into a mobility company.

In the face of disruption and change, we are staying true to the values that have long guided the way we do business, that of respect for people and continuous improvement. It’s through these lenses that we now further delve into areas such as alternative fuels or drivetrains, carshare services, autonomous driving trials and connected vehicles, to ultimately contribute to a zero-carbon society.

As we undergo unprecedented changes, the focus on our guests is as important as ever, particularly in the face of eroding trust in business in general. And similarly, we are placing more effort and resources into enriching the community around us, through the Toyota Community Trust, sponsorships, and sharing the Toyota Production System through the TSSC Australia team.

As our vision of ‘creating innovative mobility solutions for all Australians’ is beginning to take shape, I am confident that through the strength of One Toyota – together with our dealer network and Toyota Finance Australia – that the future of Toyota Australia will be bright.

Matthew Callachor, President & CEO

Sustainability at Toyota

Toyota has always seen itself as embedded in society; it is in our DNA to operate in harmony with nature and our communities. Our approach to business is built upon sustainability; reflecting our Guiding Principles and the Toyota Way.

Working with stakeholders

Our code of ethics provides a statement of duty towards our stakeholders and details how we should engage with them

Our commitment

Toyota seeks to contribute to the sustainable development of our society and the planet through all its business activities

Material sustainability

In line with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards, we’ve identified a number of key material sustainability topics

Our Business and Governance

Toyota has always seen itself as embedded in society; it is in our DNA to operate in harmony with nature and our communities. Our approach to business is built upon sustainability; reflecting our Guiding Principles and the Toyota Way.


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Our People

At Toyota we believe in building skills and careers. Our people are the key enablers of success in achieving our vision of creating innovative mobility solutions for all Australians. We invest in our people throughout their career, diversifying skills and collaborating across all areas of the business to drive innovation.


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Product Innovation
Product Innovation

Product Innovation

We are exploring our vision of creating innovative mobility solutions for all Australians through research, collaboration, prototypes and trials, applying our fundamental principle of kaizen, or continuous improvement.


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Creating a Better World

Toyota is embedded in the Australian community through our wide-ranging engagement with the community; from support for grassroots to elite sport and support for local communities and nonprofit partners.


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Creating a Better World
Creating a Better World

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*Note: The 2011 and 2012 Sustainability Reports were published in full online, therefore copies of these reports are not currently available for download.