Company Overview of Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Toyota Motor North America, Inc. operates as a holding company of sales and manufacturing subsidiaries of Toyota Motor Corp. in the United States. Its services include government and regulatory affairs, energy, economic research, philanthropy, corporate advertising and corporate communications. The company is headquartered in New York, New York with an additional office in South Washington, District Of Columbia. Toyota Motor North America, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation.
9 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President, Chief Operating Officer and President of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, North America, Inc.
President of Toyota Motor Corporation
President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama
President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc.
President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Key Developments
Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Announces Executive Changes, Effective January 3, 2017
Dec 22 16
Toyota Motor North America, Inc. announced executive changes across its operations, effective as of January 3, 2017. David Fernandes is named president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, located in Huntsville, Ala., where he will be responsible for all manufacturing and administrative operations. Kent Rice is named group vice president, Corporate Quality at TMNA, and will have responsibility for promoting overall NA Toyota Quality direction. Kazuaki Shingo adds to his current role as executive advisor in the Technical Strategy Planning Office and will become group vice president of the Product Development office at TMNA R&D in Ann Arbor, Mich. He will be responsible for all vehicle development projects in North America. Norm Bafunno is transitioning out of his role as president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc. (TMMI), and is named group vice president of the One Toyota Competiveness project. Millie Marshall is named TMMI president in Princeton, Ind., and will have responsibilities for all manufacturing and administrative operations at the plant. Jim Bolte is named group vice president of Manufacturing Efficiency and will have responsibility to support manufacturing cost competitiveness and alignment of standards and policies. His primary work location will be Georgetown, Ky. Leah Curry is appointed Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia president in Buffalo, W. Va. She will have responsibilities for all manufacturing and administrative operations at the plant. Susan Elkington is named as senior vice president at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky in Georgetown, Ky. She will be responsible for all vehicle manufacturing and all plant administrative operations. Akitoshi Ichino is named president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi in Tupelo, Miss. He will have responsibilities for all manufacturing and administrative operations. Naoki Kojima is assigned the role of TMNA treasurer in Plano, Texas and will have responsibility for all North America Accounting and Finance. Chris Nielsen is adding the role of chief quality officer of the North American Quality Task Force to his current role as senior vice president of the Product Support pillar. Chris Tinto is adding the role of group vice president of Future Business Technology within the Corporate Strategy and Planning Division. Located in Plano, Tinto will have responsibilities for commercialization of TMNA new business ventures while maintaining some Project Management Office duties.
Priority Power Management Advises Toyota on Unique Renewable Energy Contract
Jun 8 16
Priority Power Management, LLC announced that it has successfully negotiated and secured a unique retail electricity supply contract for Toyota Motor North America’s new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas. Working closely with the Toyota team and its engineers, PPM analyzed various potential retail electric product structures based on forecasted hourly energy consumption for the 2.1-million square-foot campus comprised of office and office support, data center and light industrial use facilities. The analysis also considered the integration of different levels of solar photovoltaic (PV) generated power system capacity interconnected to Toyota's campus primary distribution feeders behind the utility meter. The agreement included a product structure that would allow Toyota the operational flexibility to ramp up energy consumption over time, accommodations for the introduction of onsite power generation from a 7.75 MW solar PV system, the ability to receive payments from MP2 Energy for any excess power that may flow back to the grid, and the inclusion of Green-e certified renewable energy credits for all power consumed from the grid.
Toyota Motor North America Announces Agreement with DEKA Research and Development
May 21 16
Toyota Motor North America is joining forces with DEKA Research and Development, to support mobility solutions for the disabled community. This agreement will help DEKA to proceed with plans to complete the development and launch the next generation iBOT motorized wheelchair. The iBOT is a revolutionary motorized wheelchair with two sets of powered wheels that can be rotated to allow the user to 'walk' up and down stairs. The wheelchair allows users to rise from a sitting level to approximately six feet in height and travel in this 'standing' configuration, and is capable of traveling through a wide variety of terrain types. Under the terms of the agreement, Toyota will license balancing technologies held by DEKA and its affiliate for medical rehabilitative therapy and potentially other purposes. The companies continue to engage in ongoing discussions about how Toyota can further support DEKA and its mobility assistance technology.
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