Toyota Motor Corp.’s North American plants are going on overtime to cope with the demand and replenish its vehicle stock. Toyota’s plant in Woodstock, Ontario, will immediately begin hiring a second shift of 800 workers.

In a phone interview with Automotive News, Ray Tanguay, executive vice president in charge of Toyota’s North American manufacturing and engineering group, said that even if the market suffered a decline, sales of the model are better than last year.

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Toyota running overtime at all its North American plants to cope with demand

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