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Toyota Texas School Tour Video
Welcome to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas, TMMTX. This video tour of our truck manufacturing facility will not only inform your students about how Toyota builds quality trucks, but also how we value the environment, our community and we value the education, experience and innovation our Team Members bring to work with them each and every day.
Toyota Texas Tsunami Relief 5k
To donate, visit http://www.toyotasupportforjapan.com San Antonio, Texas -- Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. (TMMTX) is partnering with the San Antonio chapter of the American Red Cross to host a 5k Run/Walk to benefit Disaster Relief efforts in Japan and the Pacific. This non-timed event will be held on March 26th, 2011 from 9am with registration beginning at 7:30 am. The event will take place at the TMMTX plant site at 1 Lone Star Pass, San Antonio, Texas. Donations will be accepted and all proceeds will go to the American Red Cross relief efforts. "In response to the disastrous earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Toyota has responded in the United States by matching the donations our team members make to the American Red Cross.", said Craig Mullenbach, External Affairs Manager for TMMTX. "This event gives TMMTX locally an opportunity to provide our friends and neighbors in San Antonio a way to be engaged and raise awareness of the needs of those affected." "We are grateful for the American public's generosity and compassion following what has been declared one of the most devastating earthquakes in history. As always, the San Antonio community is stepping up with generous support for those affected by this devastating event." Michael L. Bennett, Chief Executive Officer, American Red Cross, San Antonio Area Chapter
Special Report: Texas Tacoma Line-Off
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (August 6, 2010) -- Production of the Tacoma pickup truck began last month but was marked today with a ceremony at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. (TMMTX). The $100 million investment Boosts total investment to $1.4 billion. Texas Governor Rick Perry joined San Antonio community leaders, team members, suppliers as well as Toyota officials including Toyota Motor Corporation Executive Vice President Atsushi Niimi. Tacoma's production move to TMMTX was announced a year ago and adds 1,000 jobs. Today, over 2,800 team members are employed at TMMTX and the plant is fully positioned to ramp up Toyota's pickup truck production for the American market. "The San Antonio plant has shown a great deal of resilience during the recession and is fully prepared to ramp-up Tacoma production," said Chris Nielsen, TMMTX president. "By building Tacoma in Texas, we are able to consolidate pickup truck production in the United States under one roof, allowing us to fully utilize the plant's capacity." During the economic downturn, TMMTX was one of several Toyota plants impacted by poor sales. However, TMMTX retained its workforce instead of laying off, in order to strengthen team members' skills and improve plant processes.