Driving the Market That Drives the World
Few industries rely on steel more than the rapidly changing automotive sector. Toyota Tsusho America is an industry leader in steel procurement, logistics and handling, supporting many of North America’s OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
Our companies, steel centers and team play a key role in the domestic steel sheet business, providing processing, logistics and storage functions data to customers across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. We support all aspects of advanced automotive manufacturing including:
San Antonio, TX
Apaseo el Grande, Mexico
Blue Springs, MS
MILLENNIUM STEEL is a dedicated supplier of steel services including slitting and warehousing. With locations in Princeton, Indiana and San Antonio, Texas, MILLENNIUM STEEL is well equipped to serve large OEM’s. MILLENNIUM STEEL is certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council as a minority owned business.
BLUE SPRINGS METALS is a full service, steel processing service center, which specializes in slitting, blanking and warehousing in North America. Their product range includes flat rolled steel, hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel, exposed and coated steel products and oil country tubular goods (OCTG).
BLUE SPRINGS METALS is certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council as a minority owned business. Their team members are highly trained and work in a 240,000 square foot climate-controlled facility.
Since 2016, Georgetown Metal Processing has provided high-quality blanking/warehousing for flat-rolled steel, flat-rolled aluminum, cold rolled steel and exposed/coated products for the automotive industry. Georgetown Metal Processing is certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council as a minority owned business.
Georgetown Metal Processing provides excellent products and service while upholding their values of safety, quality, cost, delivery, and continuous improvement. Located in Georgetown, Kentucky, they utilize industry leading technology in a 80,000 square foot climate-controlled facility.
Josh G.’s nickname at Toyota Tsusho America is “Crush.” (“It’s not because I break things,” he reassures people when they first meet him.) As tall and strong as he may be, however, he also feels like a giant when it comes to the people he works with and works for.
“My time here has been amazing,” he said. “I’ve had a lot experiences and been able to travel. It’s more like a family. The 12-hours shifts mean you get to know people.”
Eight years ago, he started as a team member. Now, he is a team leader. While the transition to leadership can be challenging for some people, Josh feels like he has role models above him. “Upper management is terrific. If you need something, they help you get it and do their best to accommodate you.”
He knew he had found a home when he noticed how long people stayed at Toyota Tsuho. “Most of the guys who trained me have been here 10-15 years. I knew that if they had been here that long, it had to be a good place,” he said, pointing specifically to the generous VACATION TIME and BONUSES. “Now I get to train the younger guys,” he said.