Toyota Texas Expands, Adding Over 400 New Jobs

22/06/2024 - 09:05 | ,  ,   | IAB Team

Toyota Texas is set to expand its San Antonio operations with a $531 million investment, creating more than 400 new high-quality jobs. The new 500,000-square-foot facility will focus on drivetrain parts production, emphasizing Toyota’s dedication to reinvesting in its U.S. operations.

Toyota Texas Factory

For nearly 20 years, Toyota Texas has been producing top-tier trucks and SUVs, with over 181,000 vehicles assembled last year alone. This latest investment brings Toyota’s total investment in the San Antonio plant to over $4.7 billion.

This expansion highlights the plant’s adaptability with cutting-edge manufacturing technologies and enhances Toyota’s diverse capabilities across North America. Notably, Toyota Texas exclusively manufactures the Tundra truck and all-hybrid Sequoia SUV on the same production line.

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“Our team members are ready for this new opportunity to grow our plant’s capabilities and workforce,” said Susann Kazunas, Toyota Texas president. “They are highly capable, innovative and have a steadfast commitment to our products. We are proud to celebrate that spirit and the long-term job stability the investment represents, and we are excited to welcome 400 new team members to Toyota Texas.”

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