Toyota Textile Machinery (TTM) is committed to supplying superior weaving and spinning equipment backed by professional technical support and readily available high quality repair parts. TTM management and staff are dedicated to maintaining policies and practices that foster mutually beneficial business relationships with all of our customers and suppliers. TTM has a very experienced and dedicated staff of 14 associates.
TTM occupies a 3,3OO square meter building in an industrial park just south of downtown Charlotte. It contains offices, a spare parts warehouse, repair facilities with electronic simulators and a showroom with Toyota Air Jet and Water Jet demonstration weaving machines. TTM provides timely technical service and rapid spare parts delivery to over 3O plant sites from this facility.
Toyoda Textile Machinery, Inc. (TTM) was established in 1980 as the first subsidiary of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works in the US, now Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) located in Japan. In 1999, TICO purchased Nissan Textile Machinery Corp, USA (NTC) and was merged into TTM. In 2016, TTM changed the company name to Toyota Textile Machinery, Inc.
TTM was initially established to sell and service Toyota Air Jet weaving machines as it entered the US market. TTM’s mission then evolved into sales and technical support for spinning machinery. After the merger with NTC, TTM was responsible for the sales and service of Toyota Water Jet weaving machines in the US. In 2005, TTM began to provide sales and service for the Toyota Spinning machines and Air Jet weaving machines.
Toyota Industries Corporation was founded in 1926 by Sakichi Toyoda to manufacture and sell the automatic looms which he had invented and perfected.
Since that time, Toyota Industries has promoted diversification and expanded the scope of its business domains to include textile machinery, automobiles (vehicles, engines, car air-conditioning compressors, etc.), materials handling equipment and electronics.