Jeep® Wranglers are exported to over 90 countries across the globe, and each vehicle starts in Ohio at the Toledo South Assembly Plant. The plant employs 2,500 workers, and produces 360 Wranglers per shift, 720 a day, 6 days a week. “We’re at maximum capacity,” said Diego, plant quality specialist. “Not many people can say, ‘hey, I’ve got a problem, I can’t build enough cars.’”
Diego was quick to point out the perfect symbiosis between mechanized production and human workers on the line. “Like in the windshield,” he said. “The craftsmanship of a windshield – a machine just can’t do, so we do it by hand. On the other hand, the urethane ON the windshield can’t be duplicated by a human, so that step is done by machine.”
Either way, it’s looking good to us. To view more photos from the Toledo South Assembly Plant, like this Trail Rated® 3-wheel drive parts conveyor, visit facebook.com/Jeep.