Travis Langton Weatherstrip Engineer5 years with Toyoda Gosei
Troy, Michigan, USA
"When I learned about the weatherstrip engineer position at Toyoda Gosei, I was immediately interested in the opportunity because of the growth potential for my career. Weatherstrips are a commodity that interface with so many other parts, so I have learned a lot about vehicles as a whole. As further training, I was offered an opportunity to relocate to Japan for 6 months to learn from my colleagues at our global headquarters. I made some very strong relationships with my Japanese coworkers and have a better understanding of the culture and company. Toyoda Gosei values the importance of succeeding as a group and acknowledging everyone’s effort."
Monica Cook Assembly Supervisor12 years with Toyoda Gosei
New Albany, Indiana, USA
"If you want a career and not just a job, you need to work at TG . You can grow with the company and advance in your career. I started as a factory tech and was promoted to Assembly Supervisor. There is always something new you can learn at this company and that is what I like most. TG always wants to improve and implement Kaizens. As a supervisor, I am encouraged to listen to my people, get their input, and then make improvements that better the company."
Ricardo Morales General Administration, Assistant General Manager4 years with Toyoda Gosei
Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico
"Toyoda Gosei is a group that really cares about people. We take care of our people by developing skills, furthering education, and offering new opportunities. Our team members are not just a number, and TG is passionate that team member safety is a priority. In TGRMX we have a safety slogan: “Safety is not first, it's always.”
Keita Nishikawara Sales Coordinator9 years with Toyoda Gosei.
"I work for Toyoda Gosei at the global headquarters in Japan and I currently am on a four year assignment at Toyoda Gosei North America as a Japanese Coordinator in the Sales Department. TG has automotive customers globally and I am excited that I am able to work with other cultures and share the ‘TG Way.’ As a Japanese Coordinator, my job is to keep constant communication between our customers, our manufacturing facilities in the Americas, and our regional and global headquarters. I really enjoy the opportunity to work with so many diverse people."