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in your news coverage: TOYOTA is seeking employees for its Princeton
Indiana plant - and plans further expansion in US plants. In addition, the
automaker is encouraging women to join its manufacturing workforce.

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   Automaker Needs 400 Qualified Assembly Workers to Produce New Popular

   $600 Million Upgrade - Strong Commitment to U.S. Investment

   Further Expansion Slated for U.S. Plants in AL, WV, MI & TN

   Toyota Indiana President Reaches Out to Women for Jobs in Manufacturing

   Competitive Salaries, College Degree Not Necessary, Child Care /
   Education Benefits


July 2019, Princeton, Indiana: There’s work to be done at Toyota!  Toyota
Motor Manufacturing Indiana (TMMI) is immediately seeking 400 qualified
auto assembly workers at its Princeton, Indiana plant.

Commitment to U.S. Investment: Toyota is investing $600 million to meet the
strong and growing demand for the Highlander midsize SUV and modernize the
entire manufacturing facility.  The investment will be used for retooling,
new equipment and advanced technologies to make the plant more competitive.
The project is now underway and will allow Toyota to increase Highlander
production by 40,000 units annually.

Expansion in Multiple U.S. Plants: This expansion project is part of
Toyota’s localization strategy to build vehicles where they are sold. The
Princeton, Indiana plant produced over 400,000 vehicles last year, the
highest in its 20-year history. The automaker reported in March 2019 that
it would add 600 jobs stateside, and that it would also help move
production of the hybrid versions of the RAV4 and Lexus ES Hybrid to its
Kentucky plant. With this expanded investment, Toyota says that it will see
increases and building expansion at its plants in Huntsville, Alabama;
Buffalo, West Virginia; Troy, Missouri and Jackson, Tennessee.

Encouraging Women In Manufacturing: President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Indiana, Millie Marshall notes that the automaker is encouraging women to
join Toyota’s manufacturing force. Marshall previously led Toyota’s
Buffalo, West Virginia engine plant and in 2019 was the recipient of a
Linkage Women in Leadership Executive Impact Award.

Toyota Employee Perks: With high-paying, competitive salaries, and a
college degree not necessary - Toyota employees will be working with new
technologies and are eligible for on-site childcare support on all shifts,
and tuition reimbursement for continuing education, among other benefits.