He tweeted this morning
The two companies' collaboration will span multiple continents and several segments of the auto industry. It's a big one.
President Trump called it a “great investment in American manufacturing.”
Toyota has agreed to purchase a five percent stake in Mazda, and will build a joint plant in the U.S. worth $1.6 billion, the automaker revealed today. Toyota also said it’s going to increase its investment in “crucial fields” related to the future of automotive technology, including self-driving, artificial intelligence and green vehicle tech. The automaker’s… Read More
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The new factory will employ up to 4,000 people and produce 300,000 cars a year.
Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda said Friday they plan to spend $1.6 billion to set up a joint-venture auto manufacturing plant in the US—a move that will create up to 4,000 jobs. The plant will have an annual production capacity of about 300,000 vehicles and will...
Toyota and Mazda have announced plans to build a new plant in the US, but they haven't indicated a specific location. The factory will most likely be built in the South, where Trump has no political worries for 2020. He needs investment...Show More Summary
Toyota Motor Corp. is set to strike a deal to take a 5-percent stake in fellow Japanese automaker Mazda Motor Corp. The alliance includes the construction of a joint-venture $1.6 billion U.S. automotive plant and sharing EV technology — showing that Mazda hasn’t totally sworn off the idea of an electric car. Show More Summary
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Toyota and Mazda announced Friday they would jointly build a $1.6 billion factory in the U.S. Mercedes-Benz announced Wednesday it is using 3-D printing to create metal spare and replacement parts for trucks. Afternoon Coffee brings you the latest in procurement and supply chain news. (Read more...)
The deal between Toyota and Mazda signals an acceleration of global consolidation as auto companies grapple with vehicle development costs.
Japanese automakers Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. said Friday they plan to spend $1.6 billion to set up a joint-venture auto manufacturing plant in the U.S. — a move that may create up to 4,000 jobs. The plant is to have an annual production capacity of about 300,000 vehicles, and produce...
Mazda and Toyota agreed on Friday to collaborate on a wide range of areas including development of electric and connected car technologies, as well as production facilities. Crucially, the two will also form a shared capital structure, continuing the trend of consolidation among the major automakers as they tackle changes affecting the auto...
President Donald Trump sent out a series of tweets Friday morning praising the US economy after Toyota and Mazda announced a new $1.6 billion auto-manufacturing plant. "Toyota & Mazda to build a new $1.6B plant here in the U.S.A. and create 4K new American jobs. Show More Summary
INTERNATIONAL - Toyota's April-June profit of 613.0 billion yen ($5.6 billion), up from 552.4 billion yen a year earlier. Quarterly sales rose 7 percent to 7.05 trillion yen ($64 billion). Toyota, which makes the Prius hybrid, CamryShow More Summary
The factory’s location has not been decided, but the automakers said that it would most likely cost $1.6 billion and would employ about 4,000 workers.
President Donald Trump has been urging Toyota and other Japanese automakers to invest and build more vehicles in the United States
Toyota and Mazda confirmed plans for a sweeping alliance including a new $1.6 billion U.S. plant where Toyota will make the Corolla instead of Mexico.
Toyota Motor Corp. reported Friday that its fiscal first quarter profit rose 11 percent as sales improved around the world, including in the U.S., Europe and Japan.
Japanese automakers Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. are partnering in electric vehicles with a deal that may lead to setting up an assembly plant in the U.S.