Toyota Motor Corp. has completed brick-and-mortar work for a 1.8 million sq.-ft. (167,220 sq.-m) expansion of Toyota Motor Mfg. Indiana Inc., doubling the size of the Princeton, IN, plant. Princeton, which currently builds the Tundra fullsize pickup and Sequoia SUV, gets a second line to accommodate the Sienna minivan – for which Toyota now is in the vehicle line installation phase. Production of the Sienna, currently built at Toyota Motor Mfg. Kentucky, in Georgetown, KY, will begin on ...
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