A diverse workforce is needed to support this expansion and TMMP has focused on creating equal opportunities for all its employees. In terms of gender diversity, about 50% of new manufacturing hires are women. The number of women working in technical areas such as assembly, maintenance, engineering and casting, has been growing steadily - for example, every fifth member working in casting is now a woman compared zero in 2017.
‘Women's Faces (Kobiece Twarze)’, a plebiscite in the Lower Silesia region where Toyota plants operate named TMMP as the most female friendly company earlier this year. TMMP has also put in place its 'anyone for any member vision, reducing ergonomic limitations in the facilities and offering training and development programmes to the employees in order to open the door wider to candidates of diverse ages, genders, educational and professional background.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland (TMMP) established
|2002||Wałbrzych||Start of production 5-speed manual transmissions (first product in Poland)|
|2002||Jelcz-Laskowice||Toyota Motor Industries Poland (TMIP) established|
|2017||Wałbrzych & Jelcz-Laskowice||Merger of TMMP and TMIP|
|2018||Wałbrzych||Start of production 1.8 hybrid transmission (first electrified component)|
|2019||Jelcz-Laskowice||Start of production 2.0 L TNGA engine|
|2020||Jelcz-Laskowice||Start of production 2.0 L TNGA engine|
|2021||Wałbrzych||Start of production 1.5 hybrid transmission (2nd production line)|
|2021||Wałbrzych & Jelcz-Laskowice||Starting production 1.5 L TNGA engine (2nd Production line)|