June 24 (Reuters) – Denso Corp (6902.T), a parts maker affiliated with Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T), said it had partially restarted operations at a plant in Guangzhou, China, although wage negotiations were continuing.
Denso is aiming for an agreement as soon as possible, a company spokesman said.
Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co Ltd halted supply of its fuel injection equipment and other parts to Toyota, Honda Motor Co (7267.T) and other car makers on Monday after workers left production lines demanding higher wages and better benefits.
The strike has forced Toyota Motor’s plant in Guangdong province capable of producing 360,000 vehicles a year to stand idle since Tuesday.
Toyota said it was making preparations to resume production early next week. (Reporting by Yuko Inoue and Chang-Ran Kim; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)