Green Metals Inc. | Partners
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Our Corporate Partners

Green Metals, Inc. (GMI) is proudly affiliated with the following corporate partners and environmentally-friendly companies:

Established in 1948 as a trading company within the Toyota Group, Toyota Tsusho Corporation has progressively expanded its business operations and strategically broadened its customer base as a comprehensive enterprise. Toyota Tsusho offers its worldwide customers a full array of goods and services through its many divisions covering such industries as iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, machinery, vehicles, energy, textile, general merchandise and chemicals, and insurance.

Through its domestic and international subsidiaries and affiliates, the company is diversifying into such new fields as telecommunications and the retail market.

Toyota Tsusho’s head offices are in Nagoya and Tokyo and the company maintains an additional 15 offices in Japan. Its international network encompasses 52 countries, including four branch offices and 42 subsidiaries. The company also has equity interests in a number of overseas joint ventures.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Toyota Tsusho America, Inc. was established in the U.S. in 1960. Through their 18 office network, the company has emerged into a multi-business research and marketing organization providing a wide range of products and services including processing and procurement of raw materials and finished goods, logistic control and crossdock operations, warehousing and delivery. The company also provides an array of vendor analyses, joint venture arrangements, and project management for their many customers.

The company’s facility is located in Georgetown, Kentucky, and has a technologically-advanced steel slitting line. TAI provides warehousing of steel coils, and has their own in-house transportation systems that provides just-in-time deliveries to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky’s adjacent automotive manufacturing plant.