Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky will soon be making a major investment in Right to Work Georgetown, Kentucky. This investment will go toward reducing its carbon footprint and furthering its future options. In order to do this, the company is investing a total of $461 million. So this is exciting news! It also shows how Right to Work states encourage business growth and development. Both the company and the environment, as well as the economy will benefit from this decision.
From Area Development Magazine:
“As Toyota’s most experienced assembly plant in the U.S. with a workforce of about 9,000, TMMK must transform physically and strategically to meet the changing needs of customers. […] I am confident in our highly skilled team members who drive us forward every day as we prepare for the future of advanced manufacturing, whatever the products might be.” […]
“Kentucky’s automotive industry is growing at a record pace, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky is at the center of that growth. […] Toyota changed the landscape of manufacturing in our state when the Georgetown facility first opened more than 30 years ago. Now the company is preparing for growth. I am [glad] that the future will include Kentucky in a significant way.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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