NEWARK, NJ – Toyota Motor Corp. dedicates an expanded and renovated vehicle distribution center here at Port Newark this week. With an investment of $20 million, the 83-acre (34-ha) facility will process 220,000 Toyota, Scion and Lexus models shipped from Japanese factories annually. The renovation has improved the operation’s efficiency by about 10%, says Alan DeCarr, Toyota group vice president-logistics services and international operations. Earlier in the year, Toyota completed ...
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