BUFFALO, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Toyota has announced a new President at its Buffalo, West Virginia plant.
Thursday, the company announced that Mille Marshall was promoted to President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia, Inc. (TMMWW)
Marshall will serve as the fifth president since the Buffalo plant's groundbreaking in 1996.
TMMWV employs 1,300 team members with an annual payroll of over $127 million.
The plant produces 4-cylinder engines for the Corolla and Matrix; V6 engines for the Sienna, Highlander and Lexus RX350; and automatic transmissions for the Sienna, Highlander, RX350, Avalon, Camry and Venza.
Marshall has held a variety of leadership roles within the company's manufacturing operations. She served as general manager of administration at Toyota's Huntsville, Ala. engine plant, overseeing human resources, corporate affairs and accounting and finance. Additionally, she was vice president of human resources and of information systems at Toyota's North American manufacturing and engineering headquarters in Erlanger, Kentucky. Most recently, Marshall served as senior vice president at the West Virginia powertrain plant.
Marshall replaces Yoji Suzuki, who will serve as the company's corporate advisor, effective January 2014.