We Are Toyota Tsusho America

We Create Solutions and Get Results

Across the map of North America. Across the spectrum of business challenges. That’s where you’ll find Toyota Tsusho America creating solutions and making things happen. With a team of nearly 5,000 and growing, our dynamic company continues to add the experience and the expertise to build on our over 60+ years of success. That’s why our customers have learned to count on us to find the right solution, at the right price, on time every time.

 

Especially in today’s world of unprecedented supply chain challenges, Toyota Tsusho America has created a VALUE CHAIN for enterprise level industries such as automotive, electronics, agribusiness and more.

  • Supply-chain management
  • Exporting and importing
  • Advanced manufacturing machinery sales and support
  • Intermediate goods processing
  • Logistics
 

That’s the power of WE. And, we are Toyota Tsusho America.

 

Let’s make it happen.

THe History of Toyota Tsusho America

1960

Toyoda New York launches to export American tool products to Japan and other Asian countries.

1960

1973

Toyoda New York becomes Toyoda America to reflect its growing reach. Headquarters is moved to the World Trade Center.

1973

1986

Following the opening of New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (“NUMMI”) – a joint venture between Toyota and General Motors, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (“TMMK”), Toyoda America opens offices in San Francisco and Lexington, Kentucky.

1986

1987

Toyoda America becomes Toyota Tsusho America Inc. (TAI) and establishes its steel service center in Georgetown, Kentucky, to provide steel materials for Toyota Group companies.

1987

1990s

Following the lead of Toyota Group companies in the U.S., TAI expands its U.S. office network and makes full-scale investments in its independently functioning subsidiaries, including Missouri Smelting Technology (“MOST”), a secondary aluminum smelting operation, and Green Metals, Inc., a metals scrap processing and recycling business.

1990s

2000

TAI merges with Kasho USA.

2000

2006

TAI announces business and capital collaboration with the Tomen Group.

2006

2015

Opens new Dallas office along with relocation of Toyota’s North American Headquarters.

2015
TAI North America Map

New York, NY

Los Angeles, CA

Torrance, CA

Carson, CA

San Francisco, CA

San Diego, CA

Houston, TX

San Antonio, TX

Plano, TX

Chicago, IL

Elk Grove Village, IL

Joliet, IL

Maryville, TN

Georgetown, KY

Silao, Mexico

Apaseo el Grande, Mexico

Monterrey, Mexico

San Luis Potosí, Mexico

Tupelo, MS

Blue Springs, MS

Madison, AL

Huntsville, AL

Greenwood, IN

Princeton, IN

Lafayette, IN

Knoxville, TN

Weirton, WV

Bridgeport, CT

Battle Creek, MI

Farmington Hills, MI

Miami, FL

Dania Beach, FL

Nitro, WV

Portland, OR

Troy, MO

Cambridge, Ontario

Woodstock, Ontario

Berman Brothers Iron & Metal Co., Inc.

Blue Springs Metals, LLC

Magnolia Automotive Services, LLC

Cactus Automotive Service De Mexico

Camex LL, S. de RL de CV

Deepwater Chemicals, Inc.
Iochem Corp.
Feroleto Steel Company Inc.
Georgetown Metal Processing LLC
Green Metals, Inc.
Green Metals Canada, Inc.
Maple Automotive Corporation

Hero Assemblers, LP

Hero Logistics, LP

Innovative Coating Solutions, Inc.
Industrial Tech Services (ITS)
Loyalty Group Insurance Services, Inc.
Millennium Steel of Texas, LP
Millennium Steel of Indiana, LP
MOST, Inc.

NEXTY Electronics Corporation

TLD Logistics Services, Inc.

Wingard Quality Supply, LLC

Prime Energy Contract Services, LLC
Toyotsu Smelting Technology Mexico

TT Assembly Mexico, S.A. de C.V.

TT Green Metals Mexico

KEMEX

Toyota Tsusho Systems US
TY Optics Mexico S.A. De C.V.

TTH Automotive Guanajuato S. De R.L. De C.V.

OHTLI Logistics S de RL de C.V.

Techno Steel Processing

Altech Recycling LLC
TT Material Handling America, Inc.
Eurus Energy America Corp.
Madison Metal Processing
Toyota Boshoku America, Inc.
Toyo Cotton
Toyota Tsusho Petroleum
Toyota Tsusho Processing de Mexico
TTCM

Locations

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Toyota Tsusho has 35 locations in North America, in addition to 43 affiliate and subsidiary locations.

Our Values

Making It Happen, Making It Better

OUR PURPOSE

To build a valuable, sustainable organization driven by experience, expertise and innovation. Toyota Tsusho America will achieve this goal through the work of our people– cultivating a culture of creativity, reliability, and teamwork throughout all our divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates.  

Our People

Toyota Tsusho America values people based on their contribution to the organization, not based on their gender, orientation or race.

 

We also insist our associates, partners and suppliers partners share and support these values.  We always strive to act as responsible corporate citizens, contributing in a positive way to our communities and society.

 

Subsidiaries & Affiliates

Metals

Feroleto Steel Company Inc.

Slitting and Processing Steel Products

Green Metals Inc.

Metal Scrap Processing and Recycling

Green Metals Canada Inc.

Metal Scrap Processing and Recycling

Most Inc.

Secondary Aluminum Smelting

Kentucky Smelting Technology Inc.

Primary Aluminum Smelting

Berman Brothers Iron Metal Co Inc.

Secondary Aluminum Smelting

Millennium Steel of Texas LP

Automotive Steel Sheet Processing, Slitting, Blanking and Warehousing

Blue Springs Metals LLC

Automotive Steel Sheet Processing, Slitting, Blanking and Warehousing

Georgetown Metal Processing LLC

Automotive Steel Sheet Processing, Blanking and Warehousing

Madison Metal Processing LLC

Automotive Steel Sheets Processing, Blanking and Warehousing

Toyotsu Smelting Technology Mexico

Primary Aluminum Smelting

Green Metals Mexico

Metals Scrap Processing and Recycling

 

Automotive

Valor Motriz, S. de R.L. de C.V.

Toyota Dealer, Mexico

Hino Motors de Venezuela

Hino Distributor

TT Material Handling

Toyota Forklift Dealer

 

Machinery, Energy and Projects

Industrial Tech Services Inc.

Engineering

Eurus Energy Waianae Solar Project

Solar Power Generation

 

Global Parts & Logistics

Wingard Quality Supply LLC

Tire/Wheel Assembly

Maple Automotive Corp.

Tire/Wheel Assembly

HERO Assemblers Corp.

Tire/Wheel Assembly

Magnolia Automotive Service LLC

Tire/Wheel Assembly

TT Assembly Mexico SA. DE. CV.

Tire/Wheel Assembly

TTH Automotive Guanajuato, S. de R.L de C.V.

Tire/Wheel Assembly

TLD Logistics Services Inc.

Trucking Service

HERO Logistics LP

Logistics (On-site logistics, Cross dock, Transport)

Cactus Automotive Service de Mexico

Maquiladora (Bonded assembly and processing)

CAMEX LL, S. de R.L. de C.V.

Logistics (Sequential delivery, Simple assembly, Transport)

TK Logistica de Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V.

Internal Conveyance of Vehicle Plant

KOI Distribution LLC

Service Parts Distribution

Ohtli Logistics, S. de R.L. de C.V.

Internal Conveyance of Vehicle Plant

 

Chemical and Electronics

Toyota Tsusho Systems US Inc.

IT Soltuions & Telematics

Deepwater Chemicals Inc.

Production and Sale of Iodine Derivatives

Iochem Corporation

Production and Sale of Iodine

Innovative Coating Solutions Inc.

PSA Coating and Pressing for Auto Parts

Toyota Tsusho Nexty Electronics America Inc.

Export and Import of Semiconductors, Software Development

Prime Energy Contract Services

Engineering services for batteries and electrification

 

Food & Consumer

Loyalty Group Insurance Services Inc.

Insurance broker

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