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Supply chain delays prompt temporary production halts at local Toyota plants

CAMBRIDGE — Toyota manufacturing plants in Cambridge and Woodstock are experiencing temporary production shutdowns due to supply chain delays.

An online forum for employees suggests the issue began Tuesday, but it’s not known how long the situation will last. Messages on the forum also indicate that not all shifts or employees are affected.

“Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada is experiencing parts supply delays which have resulted in the temporary suspension of production,” spokesperson Michael Bouliane wrote in an email. “We are monitoring the situation closely and will advise our production employees once the parts supply delay is resolved.”

The plants resumed production in May following a pandemic shutdown lasting nearly two months.

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