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Toyota Invests $400M in U.S., Moves Hybrid Production

Toyota recently announced plans to shift production of its Highlander crossover hybrid from Japan to Princeton, Indiana. This project will involve a capital investment of about $400 million to expand and remodel Toyota’s current Indiana plant while adding 400 additional jobs to the Princeton facility.

Toyota Invests in U.S., Moves Hybrid Production

Toyota recently announced that it is investing $400 million in the Princeton, Indiana plant to bring production of the Toyota Highlander Hybrid to the U.S.

Toyota Opens Domestic Parts Plant Instead of Importing

As a bit of good news coming out of the job recession that has plagued the U.S. for the last three years, Toyota announced plans to build a new manufacturing operation in Georgia within the next two years.

Toyota Opens Domestic Parts Plant Instead of Importing

Toyota recently announced it will open a new parts plant in Georgia to produce parts rather than keep importing parts from Japan.

Toyota Opens Another U.S. Plant

In order to keep up with the demand of the popular Corolla, Toyota has brought a new plant online. Located in Blue Springs, Miss, which is just outside of Tupelo, this is an $800 million investment made by the automaker to keep the world’s best-selling vehicle model of all time rolling off the assembly line. ┬áThis move is an example of Toyota’s practice to manufacture vehicles where they are commonly sold.

Toyota opens U.S. plant

Toyota opens another U.S. plant, this time in Blue Springs, Miss., that will produce the Corrola and employ 2,000 people.