Toyota commits to the environment

Helping the environment is a priority for Toyota, not only in the vehicles that it produces but throughout its global operations.

Technology drives new safety solutions

When it comes to fleet vehicles, the number one priority for government customers is safety, says Toyota Australia’s National Government Fleet Manager, Aman Gupta.

Future-focused Fleet solutions

As the national Government Fleet manager of Toyota Australia, Aman Gupta knows about the rapidly changing automative landscape better than most.

Electrification is certain in the future vehicle fleet

We haven’t witnessed such changing times in the automotive business since the introduction of emissions laws in the 1990s, writes Allan Whiting.

SA launches counterattack on federal cuts

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has initiated a campaign against the Abbott government’s Budget cut of $5.5 billion to the state that will impact on health and education.

Holden departure throws open government fleet business

By Julian Bajkowski Government fleet buyers across Australia in all sectors will be forced to reassess their procurement plans after iconic carmaker General Motors Holden confirmed that it will cease local production in 2017, leaving Toyota as the last onshore manufacturer. The confirmation has big implications for the federal fleet sector as well as Victorian […]

Could Abbott be issued a Camry?

Analysis: Julian Bajkowski Cost conscious Prime Minister Tony Abbott and hundreds of his fellow parliamentarians could soon have to get to work in a more humble Toyota Camry if Holden stops manufacturing operations in Australia. At least that’s the case if previous local vehicle procurement preferences for the federal sector are maintained. As prestige European […]

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