This year we are honored to celebrate a number of incredible production milestones from our members' facilities.
Spring has returned to Washington D.C. and once again the cherry blossoms have come to grace the capital. Their enduring beauty is a testament to the strength of the U.S.-Japan alliance.
Events like the auto show allow consumers to see and feel the choices available to them should they want to enter or continue their journey in the electrified vehicle space.
With Thanksgiving behind us, we are getting closer to holidays, festive gatherings with friends and family and the hope and excitement that comes with ringing in a new year. And it’s during this season of thanks and reflection, when we at JAMA USA like to recognize our members’ impact on the communities around the country they call home.
In reflecting on this year’s Detroit Auto Show, it’s worth remembering that the U.S. automotive industry wouldn’t be where it is today without the decades of innovation that brought us here. Japanese-brand automakers are an essential part of that American auto story.
The depth and quality of Japanese-brand automakers’ U.S. investments as well as their long-term commitment to supporting the American economy through innovation, workforce development, and environmental stewardship undoubtedly plays an important role in defining this sustained and lasting partnership.
The coronavirus has taken an immense toll throughout the United States and the world around us. Learn about JAMA Members' efforts to address the pandemic and support the communities in which they operate.
The JAMA member success story is the result of decades of collaboration between JAMA member companies and multiple generations of American workforce talent. The focus: building cars and trucks that U.S. consumers love. This is the core mission that drives our members’ dedication to the full spectrum of advanced manufacturing, high-tech research and development, and innovative design at facilities around the country.
As Japanese-brand automakers contemplate the future of the global auto industry, they also remain committed to their strong and meaningful ties with communities across the United States, cultivated through a nearly four decades-long history of manufacturing here in America.
The auto industry’s culture of innovation is a force of nature in the American economy. JAMA members are proud of their role in designing, developing, and building vehicles in the United States and are dedicated to preparing the current and future American workforce for advances in manufacturing.