About Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America (TEMA) is the epicenter of heavyweight Japanese automaker
In fiscal 2014 Toyota produced 1.7 million vehicles in North America (about 20% of its total global production).
Vehicle models being produced in North America include the Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Highlander, Matrix, RAV4, Sienna, Sequoia, Tacoma, Tundra, Venza, and Lexus RX 350. TEMA oversees Toyota Motor Sales, USA (TMS), which includes over 1,200 dealers located in the US; the Lexus division handles more than 200 Lexus dealers. TMS participates in
Based in Kentucky, TEMA has engineering design and development, R&D, and manufacturing activities (14 plants) in Canada, Mexico, and the US (where its has major operations in Arizona, California, and Michigan).
TEMA's plant facilities include
Toyota's Calty Design Research Facilities are located in California and Michigan and support North American production design, including color and trim. Finance and insurance for Toyota dealers and their customers are provided by Toyota Financial Services Corporation.
Toyota's North American operations (of which TEMA is a part) accounted for 32% of the parent company's net revenues in fiscal 2014.
Growing its product line, in 2013 TEMA announced that its Alabama engine plant and Bodine's casting plants will invest a total of $200 million to expand machining capacity and engine parts production for V6 engines.
In 2011 TEMA opened a plant in Blue Springs, Mississippi, where it builds the Corolla.
To reduce lead times and foster greater cooperation between North American R&D and manufacturing operations, early in 2006 Toyota merged
6565 Hdqtr Dr W1 3c 1 W
Plano, TX 75024
Phone: 1 (469) 292-1074
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Vice President Human Resources: Crai Grucza
Manager Profit Management (tema): Paul Lietzow
Assistant Manager, Operations And Management Development Division: Greg Taylor
Employees (This Location): 200
Employees (All Locations): 8,000