Bodine Aluminum, Inc. Fact Sheet

August 30, 2013
Established as a Toyota company in 1990, Bodine is a Toyota affiliate with three locations; two in Missouri and one in Tennessee. Bodine’s locations produce aluminum cast parts for our engines and transmissions.
 
 
President Robert Lloyd
Plant Site
St. Louis: 12 acres
Facility: 117,000 sq. ft.       

Troy: 80 acres 
Facility: 452,000 sq. ft.

Jackson: 200 acres

Investment
 

$662.1 million (projected) (St. Louis, Troy and Jackson combined)

Employment:  
 

St. Louis: 226
Troy: 512
Jackson: 310

Annual Production Capacity (pounds/yr):
 

St. Louis: 8M
Troy: 180M
Jackson: 150M

Products:
 

St. Louis: engine brackets and carrier covers
Troy: cylinder heads, cylinder blocks and A/T parts
Jackson: cylinder blocks and A/T parts
 
Operations:
St. Louis: pattern making, core making, molding, heat treatment and finishing

Troy: melting, core making, low pressure casting, gravity casting, machining and finishing
Jackson: cast aluminum parts
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