At its core, the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) is about building vehicles on common platforms with common parts. The aim is to make manufacturing plants more flexible and responsive to changes in the marketplace. When manufacturing plants are converted to TNGA standards, they can produce multiple models and are easier to maintain.
LG Fox has played a key role in helping Toyota’s plants meet the requirements of the TNGA initiative. Over weekends and during scheduled shut downs, we implement changes that transform a plant from a traditional manufacturing facility to a more flexible and efficient TNGA plant.
LG Fox provided retooling and installation at Toyota’s Kentucky plant to help it become the first in North America to produce cars on the TNGA principal. In Toyota’s Indiana plant, we also completed a significant retooling project to implement TNGA standards. We are honored that Toyota has chosen LG Fox to help them continue transforming additional North American plants.