Toyota Opening More Jobs and Opportunities in Indonesia

Karawang Toyota Engine Plant 1 photo
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Toyota Motor Corporation’s subsidiary in Indonesia, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) announced today plans to open a new manufacturing learning center next to its new engine plant in Karawang, along with increasing the plant’s employees from 400 to 600.
The new manufacturing learning center will provide the necessary knowledge and manufacturing skills for Toyota Indonesia team members, local suppliers and other Toyota stakeholders in the region. This will ensure the global quality of Toyota products while also opening new opportunities for Indonesian people.

“Toyota’s founding principle is to contribute to society through the manufacture of automobiles. We endeavor to continue developing products that delight drivers and contribute to the expansion of the Indonesian automotive industry,” said TMMIN president director Masahiro Nonami. “Today’s announcements demonstrate Toyota’s commitment to Indonesia’s economic growth. We look forward to continued collaboration with government leaders and our business partners.”

The new engine plant is located near TMMIN’s Karawang plants, with the additional engine production marking the subsidiary’s first production of engines for vehicles other that the Hilux, Innova and Fortuner.

Soaking up about 23 million yen, the new engine plant will help strengthen Indonesia’s position as a key engine production and supply for Toyota, with an annual production capacity of 216,000 units, with about a 50 percent export rate.
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