Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. It is one of the richest automobile manufacturers in the world. Recently, Toyota Company moved to the North Texas Campus, a northern suburb of Dallas, from its former headquarters in southern California. Toyota has been in California since 1957 when it founded its first U.S.A headquarters office. According to Toyota CEO Lentz, based in North America, up to 75 percent of the 4,000 employees of the company would move to Plano.
Toyota has already moved its employees to its new company campus in Plano. This location will be the main U.S.A. headquarters for Toyota. Since announcing the move, there are many construction projects growing in the expectations of the growth and visitors. Projects are being created to ease the congestion, and to avoid traffic jams that are expected. Toyota's move to Plano, Texas is the highest point of the economic development of this region.
The company offers an excellent service center that is fully equipped to handle maintenance or repair work. They also offer all Toyota fans a very nice collection such as Toyota Camry, Avalon, Corolla and RAV4. Toyota's new location includes headquartering functions in sales and marketing, manufacturing and administrative functions.
Toyota chose the location because of its excellent business climate, the labor market and the cost of living. Plano is central to all Toyota engine in North America.
Effects of Toyota's relocation to Dallas Economy
This is what's ahead For the Dallas Metroplex economy is: