Toyota says its Huntsville, AL, engine plant and Bodine Aluminum casting plants will invest $200 million to increase machining capacity and parts production for V-6 engines in the U.S. Toyota Motor Engineering and Mfg. North America, the Japanese auto maker’s North American production arm, says the Huntsville plant will make up the majority of the investment, $150 million. It is the fifth “significant investment” in the engine plant since its opening 10 years ago, ...

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