Chicago Tribune | Lafayette plant gets Toyota treatment
“While General Motors and Ford are closing plants to reduce excess production capacity, Toyota will detail plans to build more cars in the U.S. at an underutilized Subaru plant in Lafayette, Ind., on Monday.”
It’s widely rumored to be increased Camry production, which means Toyota can produce all U.S. sold Camry’s in the U.S.
It’s too bad more manufacturers can’t figure out how to economically produce products for the U.S. market here. Through lean, we can help!
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