Novi, Michigan – Hino Motors Manufacturing facility in Williamstown, West Virginia celebrated 10 years of Medium Duty truck production. This 245,000 sq. ft. location produces Hino’s award winning Class 6 & 7 Conventional body style trucks. The West Virginia plant has seen exponential growth over its decade of production, facilitating the country’s fastest growing Medium Duty Truck. “I want to thank all of the Team Members at the West Virginia facility. They are the heart and soul of our company. Without their commitment to quality, Hino Trucks would not be the premium brand name it is today. I would also like to thank the State of West Virginia, Wood County and the city of Williamstown for their tremendous partnership over the past 10 years.” said Yoshinori Noguchi, Chairman of Hino Motors Manufacturing and President & CEO of Hino Motor Sales.

This anniversary is a substantial milestone when considering the growth that Hino has experienced
since 2007. Production per year has increased by more than 500% and the production facility has
been expanded and capacities enhanced. Steve Stalnaker, Vice President & Plant Manager
Williamstown said, “Our success has allowed us to invest in our capabilities to better service our
customers as well as support the local job market. Since opening in 2007, the employment at our
Williamstown facility has increased by over 400%.”

As part of the 10 year celebration, Hino held an onsite ceremony to honor this achievement. The
ceremony included statements from state and local government officials as well as Hino leadership.
Hino Motors Sales U.S.A., Inc. 41180 Bridge Street  Novi, MI 48375  Ph 248.699.9300  www.hino.com

About HMM and Hino Trucks. Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. (HMM) headquartered in
Farmington Hills, Michigan, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hino Motors, Ltd., and sister company to Hino Motors Sales, Inc., (Hino Trucks). Together, HMM and Hino Trucks manufacture and distribute America’s fastest growing premier truck brand. With a combined ten facilities spanning five states supporting manufacturing, R&D, Sales and Parts Distribution, the two companies employ over 1,000 people. HMM assembles medium duty trucks in Williamstown, West Virginia, manufactures automotive parts in Marion, Arkansas, and operates parts centers in Mira Loma, California and Gahanna, Ohio. HMM is also a Tier-1 supplier of high quality automotive parts throughout North America.

Learn more about HMM at http://hmmusa.com

Learn more about Hino Trucks at http://www.hino.com

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