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Toyota aims at faster deliveries

TOYOTA'S Nordic fleet customers can expect faster delivery times with the opening of a new dedicated vehicle logistics centre (VLC) in Sweden.

The VLC centre in the port of Malmo will handle 80,000 vehicles annually, an average of 1,600 a week, and is run by Toyota Logistics Services Sverige (TLSSE).

It will serve as Toyota's new Nordic vehicle hub for Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland, and according to the manufacturer, will maximise logistics efficiency by reducing costs and delivery times.

Vehicles built in Toyota plants in Japan, France, Turkey, and the UK (with the Czech Republic included by 2005) will be shipped to the Toyota Nordic hub and distributed to throughout Scandinavia by truck, rail and boat.

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