August 20, 2013
Toyoda Goseiís New Plant in U.S. Started Production
Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.


A newly established plant of TG Fluid Systems USA Corporation (TGFSUS) in Michigan, USA, a subsidiary of Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., started operations in July to accommodate the expansion of car production in North America.

The new plant, TGFSUS Howell Plant, is to become Toyoda Goseiís main manufacturing base for plastic fuel tubes in North America, supplying automotive functional products for Toyota in the U.S. and Canada, General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and other business partners. Further details of the plant are listed below.

Toyoda Gosei Group incessantly strives to be a true global supplier of choice for customers around the globe by developing the optimum production and delivery system worldwide.

About Toyoda Gosei
Established in 1949 and headquartered in Kiyosu, Aichi prefecture, Japan, Toyoda Gosei has grown as a distinguished manufacturer in the area of polymers (such as rubber and plastics) and optical semiconductors. Today, the company internationally provides a variety of automotive components and LEDs with its network of 60 group companies in 17 countries and regions worldwide. Through the development of unrivaled technologies for environmental protection, energy conservation and car safety, Toyoda Gosei aims to be a global supplier who brings happiness to customers around the world.

The Details of TG Fluid Systems USA Corporation Howell Plant
Investment US$11 million
Production items Automotive functional parts; plastic fuel tubes, etc.
Site area Approx. 50,000 square feet
Started operation July 2013
Employees Approx. 50 as of March 31, 2014




The Company Profile of TG Fluid Systems USA Corporation
Location Brighton, Michigan, USA
President Scott Maly
Established February 2000
Capital US$1 million (100 percent owned by
Toyoda Gosei North America Corporation)
Employees 267 as of March 31, 2013
Production items Automotive functional parts; fuel tanks,
plastic fuel tubes, and hoses etc.
Sales Approx. US$50 million in FY2012
Approx. US$90 million in FY2014 (estimated)

 


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