At the end of this year’s competition, 1,379 artworks were received all over Ghana within a 3-month period after announcement. Professional artists were engaged and given guidelines as juries to select the most appropriate works for presentation during the world contest in Japan. 75 outstanding artworks were shortlisted and the participants were invited for a National Awards ceremony. Congratulations to all winners.
A 75litre Medical Sterilization Machine was recently donated to the Maternal and Child Welfare Hospital in Kumasi. This gesture is in fulfillment of Toyota Ghana’s annual Corporate Social Responsibility support to the hospital.
The 5th generation RAV4 was officially lunched unto the market with a colorful celebration on the Osu Oxford street in Accra. The advanced technology employed in the design of this model makes it a Revolutionary SUV in Adventure with a Vivacious performance. The concept design of this new model gave consideration to customer’s voice as a production factor. Book for a test drive now to experience the Adventure.
The annual National Technical Skills Contest was recently organized to test the skills and competencies of Technicians and Service Advisors of Toyota Ghana to assess their proficiency in quality service delivery. The winner from each category was rewarded with a cash donation together with a fully paid trip to Japan to represent Ghana during the Global Championship Assembly in Japan this September.
Toyota Ghana Company Limited (TGCL) has signed a project partnership agreement with the University of Ghana for the development of a multipurpose workshop and a training centre for the University community. The event held at the University of Ghana saw in attendance the Japanese Ambassador to Ghana, Tsutomu Himeno, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, the Managing Director of Toyota Ghana Company Limited, Takuya Kajiura as well as senior university faculty members and some officials from Toyota Ghana.
Out of 630,000 artworks received all over the world from over 80 countries, 30 best artworks were selected. One representative from Ghana was part of the best 30. This is the second consecutive time Ghana has made it to the finals. The winner from Ghana, Henry Danso Yeboah, will attend the awards ceremony in Japan in August. Congratulations to Henry and Congratulations to Toyota Ghana Co. Ltd.
At the end of the 12th National Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, 953 artworks were received from all over the country. After shortlisting, the best 80 artworks were selected and rewarded at a special awards ceremony held at the Aviation Social Centre. Out of the top 80, the best 9 artworks were selected to compete at the world contest with other winners.
The awards ceremony was filled with fun and loads of exciting prizes for all.
Keeping our customers informed on new and existing products and services is our prime concern. A one-day users’ conference was organised to interact with Toyota Ghana customers in Takoradi and its environs. This platform gave our customers the opportunity to raise their concerns for our urgent consideration.
In our continuous effort of getting closer to our customers, a new outlet has been added to our existing outlets. This facility will cater for customers in Takoradi and its environs.