List of Toyota manufacturing facilities

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Toyota Manufacturing facilities

Australia

Brazil

Canada

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada

7233 Progress Way Delta, British Columbia Established 1983 Plant Site: 24 acres Facility: 205,000 sq. ft. (19,045 sq. meters) Current Investment*: C$204.7 million Employment*: 242 Annual Payroll**: C$21.0 million Products: Aluminum wheels (also export to U.S. and Japan) Operations: Low pressure die casting, TDP die casting, machining, and paint Annual Production Capacity: 1.45 million wheels

  • As of December 2005
    • As of December 2004

Production Volume: 2005 2004 Wheels 1,354,751 1,222,943

France

  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing France, Onnaing-Valenciennes - Yaris

Indonesia

Mexico

Portugal

Russian Federation

The 224-ha factory in the Saint Petersburg Shushary settlement was laid down in 2005 and launched production on December 21, 2007. Currently produces 20,000 2.4L and 3.5L Toyota Camry vehicles per year, the production and model row might extend in the future.[2]

Thailand

Turkey

United Kingdom

United States

Joint venture, licensed, and contract factories

Czech Republic

Japan

China

Pakistan

United States

India

Vietnam

  • Toyota Motor Vietnam (Vios, Corolla, Camry, Land Cruiser, Hiace, Innova), Vinh Phuc, outskirt of Hanoi

Hino Motors

  • Praco Didacol, Colombia Assembly plant
  • Ontario, California (2004) - Toyota components and Hino trucks
  • Marion, Arkansas (2006) - Differential, rear axle and suspension related parts
  • Williamstown, Wood County, West Virginia (2007) - Hino class 4-7 trucks
  • Woodstock, Ontario (2006) - Hino trucks for North America

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