Toyota Cuts Ribbons on Third Brazilian Plant - Toyota Parts Blog

Toyota vehicles have found their place among many countries, and with their recent manufacturing announcement, yet another Toyota plant will find it’s home in Brazil. The third of it’s kind in the South American Country, Toyota do Brasil Ltda. “[Toyota Motor Company]’s Brazilian sales and manufacturing company” cut the ribbon yesterday to mark the first steps in bringing the plant into existence. Not only will it, according to “MarketWatch”, bring 1500 new jobs to the up and coming economy of Brazil, the plant will increase North and South American Production, allowing Toyota to cut shipping costs when vehicles are bought here in the States.

There are seven Toyota plants in The United States, and they all have their own strengths and qualities that help make the Toyota Parts manufacturing network work together like a well oiled machine. From Alabama to Mississippi to Long Beach, California, the U.S. Toyota factories work hard to make sure their customers get quality and reliable Toyota Parts, Toyota OEM Parts, and Toyota Accessories, while creating thousands of jobs for every able bodied worker in America.

According to the report by MarketWatch,

“At the ceremony, Niimi [TMC Excecutive Vice President] expressed Toyota’s aims, stating that the company appreciates the business support it has received since its first production site in Brazil – Toyota’s first outside Japan – was established in 1958. He went on to emphasize Toyota’s commitment to being a good corporate citizen, continuing to contribute to Brazil economically and socially by localizing vehicle production and expanding employment opportunities. “

Written by Tom Blackman