First Minister Carwyn Jones will today visit the Toyota factory on Deeside as it celebrates it's 20th anniversary.
Ahead of the special event the First Minister has described Toyota as a "Welsh success story which we can all be proud of".
The plant in North Wales began manufacturing in 1992 and currently employs more than 500 people.
To date workers at the factory have produced more than 3.7 million engines and the North Wales plant was the first outside Japan to manufacture Toyota's class leading Hybrid engine.
Engines made on Deeside are supplied to plants in Europe and across the world including Africa, Japan and South America. Over the past twenty years the Welsh Government has worked closely, to provide continued support, to the manufacturing company.
Ahead of the special event arranged to mark the occasion the First Minister was keen to thank the Japanese firm for its investment and commitment to North Wales.