United Traders Syndicate (UTS) was established by Late Dr. Vijay G. Vaidya, the Chairman of this Company, in 1967. The company is the sole distributor of Toyota vehicles and Genuine parts for the Kingdom of Nepal. Mr. Suraj Vaidya, President of the Organization, is an active member and a leading player in the Federation of the Nepal Chamber of Commerce and Industries, which is today the apex body representing the business community of Nepal. He is also Executive Member of SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industries and Chairman of the SAARC Council for Tourism. With continuous visionary leadership at the helm of the Company, it has bee successful in maintaining its Market Leader status right from the beginning till date. This is despite the fact that all the major Asian and European Automaker, barring a very few, have a distributor in this tiny market as on date as there is a fierce competitive environment in this sector.
Toyota Motors Corporation is one of the leading automakers, offering a full range of models, from mini vehicles to large trucks. Besides its own 12 plants and 11 manufacturing subsidiaries and affiliates in Japan, Toyota has 51 manufacturing companies in 26 countries / locations. Toyota is the world’s second-largest automobile manufacturer after General Motors, selling 5.3 million vehicles each year in over 160 countries and generating US$ 108 billion in annual sales. Toyota is also a top-ten Fortune Global 500 businesses, and enjoys the honor of being considered the world’s most admired car company. The company is today the undisputed market leader in Asia, the best-selling car in the USA and the leading Japanese brand in Europe.
Located within the office complex, Sujaki Auto Workshop and Training Center, the only authorized Toyota Service Centre, in Nepal. Under one roof, one can be sure of obtaining all the services they need for maintaining their vehicles by the very own technicians and engineers trained by the Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan. Toyota technicians are well-trained specialists and they are receiving the latest service information through technical bulletins, service tips, and in-delaership training program.