DEARBORN, MI – Press reports concerning a seventh North American vehicle assembly plant for Toyota Motor Corp. are premature, a company official tells Ward’s. Dennis Cuneo, TMNA senior vice president-external affairs and public policy for Toyota Motor North America Inc., says while Toyota likely will need to expand its manufacturing footprint as demand for its models continues to grow, the auto maker has not selected a location or a date when the plant would open. “There’s no active ...
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