Toyotetsu America, Inc.
TTA is proud to be a community leader in launch of Kentucky FAME in the Cumberland Region (Somerset, KY) and Greater Owensboro Region (Owensboro, KY). We are serious about helping our local workforce be work ready and enabling us to remain a global leader in our field.
TTAI is a supporter of the Bethany House Abuse Shelter in Somerset Ky. Each Holiday Season TTAI organizes employee contributions in order to provide gifts for Children at this shelter.
To find out more about the Bethany House Abuse Shelter,please visit their page HERE
KY FAME is a partnership of regional manufacturers whose purpose is to implement dual-track, apprenticeship-style training that will create a pipeline of highly skilled workers.
The primary method to achieve this goal is through partnerships with local educational institutions to offer the Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program (AMT).
AMT is a dual-track, five semester program that matches education with continuous real-world working experience through a leading manufacturer. The AMT program combines proven workplace components of apprenticeship with the earn-and-learn model in subjects including electricity, fluid power, mechanics, fabrication and robotics. The result is paid work experience that includes hands-on application and the best practices of a world-class manufacturer. Students who complete this program receive the AMT certification as well as an Associate Degree in Applied Science.
To find out more, go to http://www.kyfame.com
Toyotetsu Mid America, LLC
TTMA sponsored five children in the 2014 Holiday Season for the “Shop with a Cop” program that was held on December 16th in Owensboro Ky. Click Here for Details.
Toyotetsu Canada, Inc.
TTCA is a proud supporter of the following annual events in Simcoe, Ontario where our facility is located:
In it’s 175th year, the Norfolk County Fair is Ontario’s oldest agricultural fair and ranked the fifth largest event of its kind as well as one of the Top 50 Festivals and Events in the Province! The fair features one of the largest outdoor horse shows in Canada with events such as light harness racing, open western horse show, antique buggy classes, pony classes and jumpers.
Celebrating the fair’s agriculture roots, over 10,000 entries compete in grain crops, fruits, vegetables, floral arrangements, culinary arts, handmade quilts, and crafts. Produce growers compete for the coveted show ribbons and claim bragging rights to pumpkins weighing upwards of 1000 pounds!
The grandstand features some extraordinary Canadian talent along with perennial fair favourites such as demolition derbies, monster truck shows, tractor pulls and more.
The event is made up of over 60 displays that fit into one of the three original categories: religious, traditional or fantasy. Many of these exhibits are three dimensional structures lovingly built by volunteers that would remind you of the department store windows of days long ago. There are many free family events and activities throughout the festival including outdoor and indoor recreational activities, horse drawn trolley rides on most weekends and a great New Years Eve celebration. The Spirit of Christmas is definitely alive and well in Norfolk County.