Onsite suppliers at Toyota Motor Corp.’s new San Antonio, TX, truck plant are having difficulty finding qualified workers to fill manufacturing jobs, Ward’s learns. There are 21 onsite companies, comprising the first supplier park at a Toyota North American vehicle assembly plant. The auto maker also is coming up short on competent candidates, with only half the assembly jobs filled, an executive says. The first salable Tundra fullsize pickup truck is due to roll off the line Nov. 17. ...

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