Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America

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Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, North America, Inc. (TEMA)
Division of Toyota
Industry Automotive
Founded 2006
Headquarters Erlanger, Kentucky, United States
Area served
United States, Canada, Mexico
Key people
Tetsuo Agata, President and CEO
Products Toyota Camry
Toyota Corolla
Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tundra
Toyota RAV4
Toyota Sienna
Toyota Highlander
Toyota Matrix
Toyota Avalon
Lexus RX350
Toyota 3UR-FE
Toyota 1GR-FE
Toyota 2UZ-FE
Toyota 2ZR-FE
Toyota 2AR-FE
Toyota 2GR-FE
Services Automotive, Consumer Durables
Parent Toyota Motor Corporation
Website http://www.toyota.com/

Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA) is an automobile manufacturing and research and development company owned by Toyota Motor Company. It is the result of a merger of Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America (TMMNA) and Toyota Technical Center, U.S.A. (TTC) in April 2006, and has its headquarters at the former TMMNA headquarters in Erlanger, Kentucky. In 2014 TEMA announced that it would move its headquarters to Plano, Texas.

History[edit]

Previously the CEO was based in Torrance, California in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. In 2013 the CEO, Osamu "Simon" Nagata, stated that he will begin working in the Toyota Technical Center in York Charter Township, Michigan, near Saline. Nagata was scheduled to move his residence to Novi in Metro Detroit, where he had purchased a house.[1]

Predecessor companies[edit]

TMMNA opened in 1996 and oversaw all Toyota manufacturing concerns in North America. The company employed 1,055 with an annual payroll of $113.1 million.

TTC opened in June 1977, and is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. TTC employs 728 people in four states. The company is engaged in engineering design and research and development.

Toyota factories:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Freed, Ben. "Toyota's North American CEO moves office to Ann Arbor area technical center" (Archive). The Ann Arbor News. Friday June 28, 2013. Retrieved on September 13, 2014.