Toyota plans to pull its Camry production line from the Subaru factory in the Lafayette area.
The current contract runs through 2016.
3,600 currently work at the factory.
No layoffs are expected as Subaru plans to begin producing their Impreza small car by the end of 2016. The only negative is that Subaru might not need to hire 900 additional workers are previously announce.
The Lafayette factory, which opened in 1989, also builds Subaru's Legacy and Outback cars and the Tribeca SUV. Toyota has a production plant near the southwestern Indiana town of Princeton where some 4,500 workers build SUVs and minivans.
Toyota has just announced that they will be holding a job fair at the Princeton plant this Saturday from 11am to 4pm to interview prospective employees for 11 suppliers.