Hino Motors Manufacturing produces parts for Toyota vehicles and assembles medium duty trucks in the United States, as of 2015. Overall, the company produces the top selling medium and heavy duty trucks in Japan, as well as buses, diesel engines, Toyota's FJ Cruiser and Toyota's Land Cruiser Prado.Continue Reading
Hino Motors Manufacturing has three plants in the United States. The first is located in Ontario, California, and specializes in the manufacture of rear axle and front knuckle assemblies for the Toyota Tacoma. The second is located in Marion, Arizona, and produces rear axle assemblies for the Toyota Tundra, knuckle and upper control arms for both the Tundra and the Toyota Sequoia, suspension components for the Sequoia, frame side rails for Hino's medium duty trucks and engine connecting rods for Hino diesel engines. Finally, the plant in Williamstown, West Virginia, assembles medium duty trucks, ranging from 16,001 pounds to 33,000 pounds, and specialized trucks. Pictures of all of these locations and some of the parts they produce are available at hmmusa.com.
Hino Motors operates a parts distribution center out of Mira Loma, California, that supplies genuine Hino parts to the Latin American and Caribbean markets. The company also has a fifth location in Farmington Hills, Michigan, which handles the business aspects of the manufacturing process, including quality assurance, sales, accounting, information technology and product engineering. The American company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Japanese Hino Motors, Ltd. The Japanese company has operations in Canada, Asia, Central America, Europe and the Middle East as well.Learn more about Corporations