Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. (TMMTX) Fact Sheet

Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. (TMMTX) Fact Sheet

President:                   Kevin Voelkel

Groundbreaking:        October 2003
Start of Production:    November 2006
Investment:                $3 billion since 2003

On-Site Suppliers:       23
Campus Site:                2,000 acres
Square Footage:          2.2 million Toyota; 2 million On-Site Supplier

Employment:                3,200 Toyota team members; 4,000 On-Site Supplier team members

Annual Capacity:          208,000 vehicles
Products:                       Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma
Operations:                   Vehicle production (stamping, body weld, paint, plastics and assembly)

Impact on Texas: The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) conducted a study based on 2015 data and found:

  • Direct employees (manufacturing-related and new vehicle jobs) earned $1.9 billion in payroll
  • After taxes, their disposable personal income totaled $1.48 billion, meaning that money was available to be spent in the Texas economy
  • When those direct employees are combined with jobs at companies that supply TMMTX, as well as spinoff positions, Toyota is estimated to support 50,000 jobs in Texas, meaning one out of every 200 workers in Texas was employed as a result of Toyota manufacturing, sales, logistics or support operations

Community Investment: STEM Education and Workforce development focus in the areas surrounding the plant, called the Back-Yard Strategy.

Key Dates

2003: Toyota breaks ground on new truck plant in San Antonio, Texas. (Oct.)

2006: Start of production for Toyota Tundra at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas (TMMTX) (Nov.) 2007: Toyota Family Health Clinic

2007: Second shift begins at TMMTX (Apr.)

2008: Economic downtown stops truck production for three months; TMMTX does not lay off employees (Aug.)

2009: Line speed changes begin, going from 108 seconds to 65 seconds 2010: Toyota Tacoma begins production at TMMTX (Jun.)

2011: Greater Japan Earthquake affects global automotive industry (Mar.) 2012: Line speed changes begin, going from 65 seconds to 60 seconds 2013: Tundra Major Minor Change (Aug.)

2013: One millionth truck built at TMMTX (Sept.) 2013: TMMTX celebrates 10th Anniversary (Oct.) 2015: Tacoma Major Minor Change (Aug.)

2016: Alternating Work Schedule (AWS) begins to support high demand with Saturday day shift (Mar.) 2016: Storm damages roof in Press; no injuries sustained during incident or repair process (May)

2016: TMMTX “Back-Yard” giving strategy designated a Bright Spot by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics (Dec.)

2017: Two millionth truck built at TMMTX (Oct.) 2018: AWS ends (Sept.)

2018: TMMTX celebrates 15th Anniversary, marks milestone of $45 million donated locally to date (Oct.)

2019: Toyota announces $391 million investment in TMMTX (Sept.)

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