PRINCETON, Ind. (WTHI) - A Toyota plant in southern Indiana is adding on 60 new full-time positions.
The plant in Princeton, Indiana will begin those jobs in August.
That's so employees have time to prepare for the launch of the new hybrid Highlander.
That expansion was announced back in February.
It will result in an additional $400 million and 400 total jobs at the plant.
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