Toyota has seen its Haussee North American production by 18% in 2010
Canadian production increased by 43.5 percent
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA) today announced that the manufacturer's assembly plants produced 1,456,887 vehicles in 2010, an increase of 18 percent compared to 2009.
Factories of Toyota North America assemble the Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Highlander, Matrix, RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Tacoma, Tundra, Venza and the Lexus RX 350.
"The challenges that submitted by a slowing economic and Toyota recalls have made an even stronger company," said Tetsuo Agata, president and COO of TEMA. "Because we keep the members of our team and we are continually improved during the most difficult periods, we are well placed to cope with 2011 and beyond. We thank the members of our team and our hundreds of suppliers for their tireless efforts. "
In 2010, Toyota completed the steps, projects and initiatives that follow:
* In September, Canadian operations, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc., have assembled their four millionth vehicle and increases their 2010 production of 43.5 per cent compared to 2009.
* The Kentucky plant produced its eight millionth July engine.
* After an investment of 450 million renovation, Indiana plant to increase production of the Highlander and the all-new Sienna. The total investment of Toyota Princeton is now almost $ 4 billion and total employment is 4,100 workers.
* The Texas plant began to produce the Tacoma, which represents an investment of $ 100 million and an additional 1,000 jobs. The total investment of Toyota in San Antonio is $ 1.4 billion and total employment is now 2,800 workers.
* TEMA four Americans promoted to the post of president of plant, and the Toyota Technical Center has promoted three Americans to the position of chief engineer. This increase in the number of locally sourced frames creates a stronger regional autonomy.
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