Monday, November 09, 2009

Toyota Reappointed 275 Workers in Georgetown Plant

Toyota has recently announced that it has marked profit in the July-September quarter and it was a big relief for the automaker because the profit came after experiencing only losses in the previous three quarters. The recession-hit auto-market is gradually getting recovered and the car makers are also getting their strength back. Honda and Nissan also experienced success in the last quarter.

Toyota has now reappointed 275 workers in its Georgetown plant in Kentucky. These temporary workers were laid off last year due to poor sales in the wake of economic recession. Production is going on in full swing with the workers working overtime in Saturday. This is another one of the indications that the Japanese automaker is gradually recovering its business with the help of government stimulus as well as increasing demand in the emerging car markets like China.

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