TKAPToyota Kirloskar Auto Parts Pvt. Ltd. (India)
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Now with the commencement of TKAP's engine and transmission plant, the localization of gasoline engine and transmission has marked another milestone in the growth of Toyota in India.
The lines are to be installed at TKAP's new "Etios" and "Etios Liva" engine plant, which is scheduled to start operations in the third quarter of 2012.
TKAP had earlier, announced the setting up of Engine Plant and expansion of its Transmissions EOU, to cater to Etios and Etios Liva , with a combined investment of Rs.
At the plant, TKAP plans to produce approximately 100,000 engines per year starting in the autumn of 2012 and approximately 240,000 transmissions per year starting in early 2013, increasing local content of the made-in-India "Etios" compact car.
TKAP currently produces manual transmissions for vehicles such as the "Fortuner", which is manufactured in India, Thailand and Argentina, and axles and propeller shafts for the "Innova", which is made in India.
TKAP would invest an additional Rs 500 crore, part of which would go towards increasing the number of transmission boxes to approximately 2.4 lakh units per year and in setting up a third plant with a capacity of one lakh engines per year, of which 70,000 would be for the Etios and the balance for exports.
Since the start of TKAP, the total number of offenders caught with knives has fallen by 11%.
The other TKAP police forces are the Metropolitan Police, Essex, Lancashire, West Yorkshire, Merseyside, West Midlands, Greater Manchester, Nottinghamshire, South Wales and Thames Valley, Bedfordshire, South Yorkshire, Kent and Hampshire.
4 Teach pupils that knives solve nothing AS part of the TKAP initiative police have been given extra resources to educate youngsters about the dangers of knife crime.
Across the 10 areas covered by the Tackling Knives Action Programme (TKAP), there was a 17% fall in violent offences involving teenagers - and a 13% reduction in robberies.
The Tackling Knives Action Programme (TKAP), launched in ten police areas in July last year, saw a 17 per cent reduction in kniferelated violence against under-20s.
These include MAPPA monitoring, the Targeting Guns and Gangs campaign and the Targeting Knives Action Programme (TKAP).