Toyota Pakistan Begins Exporting Auto Parts to Egypt

An agreement to supply top-notch car parts to Egypt has been reached by Toyota Pakistan and Toyota Egypt. In the wake of this agreement, the carmaker joined the group of automakers that export cars or components abroad, joining the likes of Sazgar Engineering Works and Changan Pakistan.

In an official press statement, Indus Motor Company (IMC) the assemblers of Toyota cars in Pakistan stated:

“Marking a historic turning point, Indus Motor Company (IMC) has become the first-ever auto manufacturer to open gates to the global supply chain by signing an agreement with Toyota Egypt to export high-quality products starting July 2023.”

It should be noted however, that Pakistan’s AuVitronics Limited, a House of Habib company already exported car parts to Toyota Motors Vietnam (TMV) in the year 2020, making it a member of Toyota’s global supply chain.

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As per information, IMC intends to deliver its first shipment of semi-processed raw materials to Toyota Egypt, which will the company says represent a critical turning point for OEMs in Pakistan’s export environment. This is in line with the Auto Development and Export Policy (AIDEP) 2021–2026 and will not only improves IMC’s export capacity but also helps the country’s expanding auto sector as a whole.

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Speaking at a ceremony held at IMC’s plant in Port Qasim, Chief Executive Ali Asghar Jamali expressed his pride in seeing the “Make in Pakistan” dream transcend borders. Becoming part of Toyota’s global supply chain affirms IMC’s commitment to position Pakistan on the world map and strengthen the country’s economy, he said. Jamali emphasized that the collaboration with Toyota Egypt is just the beginning and that IMC plans to further enhance its capabilities, positioning Pakistan’s auto industry as a symbol of reliability and quality globally.

Moreover, Jamali noted that this collaboration will strengthen connectivity between Africa and Pakistan, supporting the government’s “Look Africa” policy and boosting trade links.

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