Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC)
is a Canadian automotive
manufacturer and is a wholly owned subsidiary
of Toyota Motor Corporation
. TMMC currently operates a plant in Cambridge, Ontario
, and another in Woodstock, Ontario
The current President of TMMC is Brian Krinock
Toyota's aluminium wheel plant was built in British Columbia
in 1983 and currently employs a workforce of roughly 260.
The Cambridge plant opened in 1988, and has been expanded twice since. This was Toyota's second car-assembly plant in North America
, after the plant in Georgetown, Kentucky
opened in 1987, and the first Toyota assembly plant in Canada. The plant in its current configuration covers in space on and employs 4,300 workers. TMMC has seven J.D. Power and Associates plant quality awards, most recently earning its fourth Gold Plant Award in 2001.
The north plant produces the Corolla
and the Lexus RX
model is made in the south plant for the North American market. TMMC is the first and currently only plant outside of Japan to produce a Lexus brand vehicle.
has attempted several times to organize TMMC. TMMC Assistant General Manager and spokesman Greig Mordue
stated "Our team members will decide whether or not a union best reflects their interest... At this point in time, we don't think they have anything to gain from a union", and described the defeat of the CAW drive saying "Our team members have recognized that a third... Read More