Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK) Fact Sheet

Toyota’s largest manufacturing plant in North America and one of the largest in the world

President: Wilbert W. (Wil) James, Jr.


Plant Site: 1,300 acres (TMMK property)
                  Total facility size:  7.5 million sq. ft.
                 (Equal to 156 football fields under roof)


Current Investment: $5.9 billion

Current Employment: About 7,000


Products: Camry sedan / Camry Hybrid sedan/ Avalon sedan / Avalon Hybrid sedan/ Venza /4-cylinder & V6 engines / axles steering components/ machined blocks / cylinder heads / crankshafts /camshafts /rods & axle assemblies/dies
 
Supplier Information:     350 U.S. suppliers; over 100 located in Kentucky 
 
Operations: Stamping, die manufacturing, body weld, paint, plastics, vehicle assembly, engine/axle machining and assembly
 
 
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About Toyota Kentucky
Toyota’s largest vehicle manufacturing plant in North America, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (Toyota Kentucky) produced the first American-made Camry in 1988. Nearly 10 million vehicles have rolled off Toyota’s assembly line in Georgetown, where full-time employment is around 7,000 people and investment tops $5.9 billion. In addition to the Camry, America’s best-selling car, Toyota Kentucky manufactures the Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid and Venza, and four-cylinder and V-6 engines.  Beginning late 2015, the plant will begin production of the first U.S.-assembled Lexus, adding 50,000 vehicles to its current annual capacity of 500,000 (engine production capacity: 600,000). For more information about Toyota Kentucky, visit www.toyotaky.com