Plant Site: 126 acres; 1,015,893 square feet
Investment: More than $133 million
Employment: Approximately 1,500 associates
Argentina, Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Uruguay, and Venezuela, - electric - powered and internal combustion forklifts
- ISO 14001 Certification* – 1998 - present
- 200,000th forklift produced – 2004
- 250,000th forklift produced – 2006
- 300,000th forklift produced – 2007
- 350,000th forklift produced – 2009
- 400,000th forklift produced – 2011
- 500,000th forklift produced – 2015
- Indiana Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence, "Five Years Continuous Improvement" – 2006, 2009, 2011
- Zero-landfill facility – since April 2004
- Charter member position with the Indiana Environmental Stewardship Program – 2007
- Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention (P2) organization member – 2007
- Environmental Stewardship Award from the Association of Indiana Solid Waste Management District, in the category of Outstanding Corporate Partner – 2008
- Toyota Named Green Supply Chain Partner By Inbound Logistics For Fourth Consecutive Year – 2012
- Occupational Excellence Achievement Award by the National Safety Council – 2011
- Top Plant In The U.S. By Plant Engineering Magazine – 2010
- Best Plants in North America – 2011 Industry Week Magazine
Achieving 200,000 consecutive safety hours worked without a recordable accident according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
ISO 14001 is a voluntary standard that deals with a company's environmental management system. The certification process verifies that each Toyota plant has a formal environmental policy as well as a management system designed to track environmental performance and established mechanisms for continuous improvement.
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