Toyota Indiana Facility Celebrates Assembly of Five Million Vehicles

Back in 1998, Sandra and Andres Chaparro felt a strong sense of pride when the first Toyota vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the company's plant in Princeton, Indiana. After all, they were part of a small team of employees who'd had a hand in building the vehicle. So you can only imagine how they feel now that the facility recently sent its five millionth vehicle -- a Toyota Sequoia Platinum SUV -- down the line.


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Over the last 21 years, Toyota has expanded the plant's workforce to more than 5,300 team members and invested $4.3 billion into the facility, with future growth on the horizon.

To celebrate the plant's years of success, Toyota Indiana donated $15,000 each to five local nonprofits to promote a variety of initiatives, including youth safety, STEM education and workforce development.

In a press release, plant president Willie Marshall stated, "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 10401 York Road in Cockeysville proudly serves drivers from the Baltimore, Owings Mills, Towson, Belair and Reisterstown areas.

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