Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana (TMMI)

Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana (TMMI)

Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana (TMMI) uses high-tech manufacturing systems to assemble some of the most technologically advanced vehicles on the road today. TMMI has assembled more than 6 million vehicles — and counting. Since the plant’s groundbreaking in 1996, Toyota has invested $6.6 billion to make high-quality vehicles through smarter, flexible manufacturing and innovation. For instance, at TMMI employees work in tandem with robots to help increase efficiency. It’s not uncommon to see an employee donning an exoskeleton — like a harness — to get a boost and some support when working on a task that’s elevated. Employees also program the robots to perform various operations, including welding car body panels and painting bumper covers.

Facts and Figures

Manufacturing Plant

Vehicles

Toyota Operations

1996

Groundbreaking

301,874

Units Assembled in 2020

7,000+

Jobs Created

  • First Vehicle (Tundra): Dec. 10, 1998
  • Products: Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Sequoia, and Sienna
  • Operations: Stamping, tool & die maintenance, body weld, paint, plastics and vehicle assembly
  • Annual Payroll: $498 million
  • Location: Princeton, Indiana 
  • Plant Site: 1,160 acres in Gibson County 
  • Plant Size: 4.5 million square feet (roughly 80 football fields under roof)
  • Investment: $6.6 billion
  • Highlander midsize SUV: 171,402 units
  • Highlander Hybrid midsize SUV: 70,560 units Sequoia full-sized utility vehicle: 7,739 units
  • Sienna minivan: 32,140 units
  • Sienna Hybrid minivan: 20,033 units
  • Milestones: Millions of Celebrations
    • 2 millionth Highlander (June 2020)
    • 6 millionth vehicle (June 2020)
    • 30 millionth U.S. vehicle—a Sienna (Feb. 2021)
    • All-new 2021 Sienna Line-off
    • 25 Years in Princeton, Indiana
  • Exports: 38,023 total vehicles exported in 2020
    • Sequoia (5%)
    • Sienna (24%)
    • Highlander (10%)
    • 35 countries & territories
  • 2020 Community Involvement:
    • $1.9 million donated to area nonprofits
    • 65 local organizations impacted
    • $500,000 in COVID-19 relief grants and in-kind donations

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Leah Curry

Leah Curry

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