Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana Fact Sheet

Groundbreaking: May 8, 1996

First vehicle (Tundra): Dec. 10, 1998
Products: Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Sequoia and Sienna
Operations: Stamping, die manufacturing, body weld, paint, plastics and vehicle assembly
Team Members: 5,400+
Annual Payroll: $325 million 
Plant President: Millie Marshall
Location: Princeton, Indiana
Plant Site: 1,160 acres in Gibson County
Plant Size: 4.3 million square feet (roughly 70 football fields under roof)
Investment: $4.9 billion

2018 Production Volume
422,394 total units produced
Sequoia full-size sport utility vehicle: 12,548 units 
Sienna minivan: 116,757 units
Highlander midsize SUV (incl. Hybrid): 293,089 units

Impact
2018 purchasing in Indiana: $3.7 Billion 

• Number of Indiana supplier facilities: 75 
• Number of Indiana supplier employees dedicated to Toyota: 12,100

Exports
66,651 total vehicles exported in 2018 

• Sequoia (9%) 
• Sienna (22%) 
• Highlander (13%) 
• 18 countries total

Recent Investments
Highlander volume increase 
• $600 million investment 
• More than 400 new jobs created 
• Capability to produce 40,000 new Highlanders

Community Involvement
Total Toyota giving to Indiananonprofits exceeds $37 million 
• $1.7 million donated to area nonprofits (in 2018) 
• 125 local organizations impacted

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