Welcome to Toledo Transmission Plant
Toledo Transmission currently employs over 2,000 people. Hourly employees are represented by UAW Local 14. Founded in Toledo in 1916, Toledo Transmission employees produced truck transfer cases and transmissions for four- and six-wheel-drive military trucks throughout World War II. Today, team members proudly manufacture and assemble GM’s front and rear-wheel-drive transmissions. GM Toledo’s “Joint Partnership Process” with UAW Local 14 works effectively for the benefit of its employees, company, customers and community. Historically, the plant has a long-standing reputation of quality, productivity and performance.
- 2015: Gold level award for encouraging environmental excellence from the Ohio EPA
- 2014 - Built-in Quality Level IV Award (GM Internal)
- 2014 - ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification (Since 2000)
- 2014 - MVP2 Award (Most Valuable Pollution Prevention) From the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
Products We Build
- Hydra-matic 6L50/80/90 Rear-Wheel-Drive 6-Speed
- Global Front-Wheel-Drive 6-Speed Gen1, Gen2
- GF6Gen3/ RWD 8-Speed
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Toledo Plant News
Hundreds of children from across the St. Louis region will have a Merry Christmas thanks to the Adopt-A-Child toy drive at GM Wentzville Assembly.
General Motors today announced initiatives to strengthen and align its production output at key U.S. manufacturing operations. The plans include investing more than $900 million in three facilities — Toledo Transmission Operations in Ohio, Lansing Grand River in Michigan and Bedford Casting Operations in Indiana — to prepare the facilities for future product programs.
The installation of 186,000 LED bulbs and fixtures is one of many steps helping General Motors save $73 million in energy costs in 2016. Global efforts to increase energy efficiency play a significant part in GM’s goal of meeting the electricity needs of its worldwide operations with 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.
Using strategically-located plants and various collaboration tools, GMNA manufacturing and labor relations leaders were able to connect with their plant managers and union counterparts for meetings this week.
Toledo Transmission – a General Motors facility that sends no waste to landfills and is home to Ohio’s largest rooftop solar array – is being recognized by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for setting a high standard of environmental stewardship.