NEW YORK – Despite recent press reports of increased activity by the United Auto Workers union to sign up workers at Toyota Motor Mfg. North America Inc.’s Georgetown, KY, facility, plant president Steve St. Angelo says he hasn’t seen much activity. “I’m on the floor all the time, and I don’t see any dissatisfaction or anything else that’s changed,” he says. St. Angelo confirms the plant is included in Toyota’s plan to trim $300 million in production costs but maintains it won’t affect ...
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