Toyota Indiana Facility Celebrates Assembling Five Million Vehicles

Way back in 1998, when the first vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the Toyota plant in Princeton, IN, Sandra and Andres Chaparro were there to see the results of their hard work -- as they were recently when the five millionth vehicle -- a Toyota Sequoia Platinum SUV -- built at the facility came off the line.

 

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Since Toyota opened the facility 21 years ago, the plant's total workforce has grown to more than 5,300 team members, with company investing $4.3 billion into the facility -- with even more growth on the horizon.

To celebrate the plant's two decades of success, Toyota Indiana donated $15,000 to each of five local nonprofits in order to help back programs that range from STEM education to workforce development and youth safety.

In a press release, Willie Marshall, plant president, declared, "This milestone is a great testament to the men and women at Toyota Indiana. Our team members have met every challenge and continue to build incredible vehicles for our customers in a safe and efficient way."

Our showroom at 224 Early Boulevard in Early proudly serves drivers from the Brownwood, Comanche, Coleman and Cisco areas.

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