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Toyota will invest $1.3 billion in Kentucky plant

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GEORGETOWN, Ky. - Toyota announced Monday that it will invest more than $1.3 billion in its plant here to upgrade the facility's equipment and modernize its production process.

Although the current workforce of 8,200 isn't expected to grow, the Japanese automaker added about 750 positions during the last year to support the launch of its redesigned 2018 Camry sedan.

The investment is part of a planned $10 billion infusion in U.S. operations over the next five years. The $1.3 billion will be used to re-tool the sprawling 7.5-million-square-foot Georgetown production complex to allow for a more flexible system to assemble vehicles under what the automaker is calling Toyota New Global Architecture, or TNGA. The modification also will include a new paint shop.


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 Cinnamon    15,978
2 minutes ago, NowServingNumber52 said:

They better hurry up!

We are going to need them SOON!

We're going to be the ones to need them, but we only pay for them to have them.  :angry:

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