Toyota North America
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TOYOTA OPERATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA)
Location: Erlanger, Ky.
Office site: 42 acres, 260,000 total square feet (including adjacent quality and production engineering laboratory – 358,400 sq. ft.)
Operations: Provides centralized support to Toyota’s North American manufacturing plants in several key areas such as: purchasing, production control, production engineering, quality control, environmental and administration.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama (TMMAL)
Plant Site: 200 acres
Plant Size: 780,000 square feet
Investment: $637 million
Employment: 1,000 (Projected by summer 2011)
Annual Production Capacity: 577,000 (Projected by summer 2011)
Products: V8 engines for Tundra pickup trucks and Sequoia SUVs, V6 engines for Tundra and Tacoma pickup trucks
Operations: Machining and engine assembly
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, Inc. (TMMI)
Groundbreaking: May 1996
Plant site: 1,160 acres
Investment: $3.7 billion (as of 2009)
Employment: about 4,100
Annual Payroll: $285 million (CY2009)
Annual Production Capacity: 300,000 vehicles
Products: Sequoia, Sienna, Highlander
Operations: Stamping, body weld, paint, plastics and assembly
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK)
Groundbreaking: May 1986
Plant Site: 1,300 acres
Investment: $5.3 billion
Annual Payroll: $537 million
Annual Production Capacity: 500,000 vehicles & engines
Products: Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Venza, 4-cylinder and V6 engines
Operations: Die Manufacturing, Stamping, Body Weld, Paint, Plastics, Assembly & Powertrain
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi (TMMMS)
Start of Production: Fall 2011
Plant Site: 1,700 acres
Employment: 2,000 projected
Capacity: 150,000 annually
Product: Toyota Corolla
Operations: Vehicle production (stamping, body weld, paint and assembly)
Feb. 27, 2007: Original announcement. Toyota states it will build the Highlander SUV in Blue Springs, Mississippi; outside Tupelo.
o Capacity: 150,000 units/yr
o Start of production: 2010
o Projected employment: 2,000
April 18, 2007: Groundbreaking
July 10, 2008: Production adjustment. Toyota moves the Highlander SUV to its Indiana plant in Princeton. Toyota names TMMMS as new home of the Prius.Dec. 15, 2008: Plant construction put on hold indefinitely due to market conditions.
June 17, 2010: TMMMS announces it will produce the Toyota Corolla in the Fall of 2011.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. (TMMTX)
Plant Site: 2000 Acres (Facility: 2.2 million sq. ft.)
Investment: $1.4 billion
Employment: Over 2,800
Annual Production Capacity: 200,000 units
Products: Tundra and Tacoma pickup trucks
Operations: Stamping, welding, painting, plastics and assembly
Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia (TMMWV)
Groundbreaking: September 1996
Plant Site: 230 acres (Facility: 1.8 million square feet)
Investment: $1.2 billion
Annual Production Capacity: 1 million engines and transmissions
Products: Four-cylinder & V6 engines and 6-speed transmissions
Operations: Machining & Assembly
TOYOTA OPERATIONS IN CANADA
Toyota Canada Inc.
TCI oversees all divisions of Toyota?s sales, marketing, parts, service, Lexus, and Industrial Equipment operations in Canada. TCI zone offices coordinate Toyota vehicle sales, parts and services for dealers in ten provinces and one territory. There are 239 Toyota dealerships across Canada, of which 226 are exclusively Toyota and 13 are Toyota/Lexus. Established in 1964, TCI is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario with zone offices in Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec.
Canadian Autoparts Toyota, Inc.
CAPTIN is responsible for the design, development and manufacturing of aluminum wheel products for Toyota. Established in 1983, CAPTIN has a manufacturing plant in Delta, British Columbia.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, Inc.
Established in 1986, TMMC has manufacturing plants in Cambridge and Woodstock, Ontario. The Cambridge plant builds the Corolla, Matrix and Lexus RX 350 for North America. It is the first plant outside of Japan to produce Lexus vehicles. The Woodstock plant builds the RAV4.
Toyota Credit Canada Inc.
TCCI provides retail financial services to Toyota, Lexus, Hino and Subaru customers and wholesale financing to Toyota, Lexus and Hino dealers across Canada. Established in 1990, TCI is headquartered in Markham, Ontario with branch offices in British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec.
Cold Research Centre
Toyota’s first cold-weather facility outside of Japan is used primarily to test the operation of Toyota products in sub-zero conditions. Built by TCI in 1998, this facility is located in Timmins, Ontario.
Hino Motors Canada, Ltd.
A consolidated subsidiary of Hino Motors in Japan, a subsidiary of Toyota. HMC assembles markets and sells Hino light and medium-duty trucks in Canada. A Toyota Group company since 2001, HMC is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, with regional sales offices in Alberta and Quebec, and an assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario.
TOYOTA OPERATIONS IN MEXICO
Toyota Motor Sales de México, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Toyota Motor Sales de México is responsible for sales, marketing and service operations for Toyota vehicles in Mexico. There are currently 54 dealerships in Mexico. Toyota Motor Sales de México is headquartered in Mexico City and was established in 2001.
Toyota Financial Services México S.A. de C.V.
Toyota Financial Services México provides finance products to Toyota dealers and their customers. Toyota Financial Services México is headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico and began operation in 2002.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing de Baja California, S. de R.L. de C.V.
TMMBC builds Tacoma pickup trucks and Tacoma truck beds. The truck beds are used in production both at TMMBC and NUMMI. TMMBC was established in 2002 and has a manufacturing plant in Baja California, Mexico.