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Honda Still Difficult Normal Producing


Japanese car maker, Honda Motor Company announced in the coming months it is still difficult to produce as normal. This is due to a lack of supply of components and spare parts.

"It's still very difficult to return to normal production within one of two this week," said Operations Supervisor Honda factory in Sayama, Ko Katayama, as reported by the Nikkei site on Monday (4/18/2011).

Katayama statement that strengthens comment Takanobu Ito, president of Honda, which states, it took several months for the Honda to operate normally in Japan as in the past.

Early last week, this car manufacturer operates two plants in Sayama and Mie Prefecture in western Japan. Although operating with half the capacity of installed production capacity, but the move was to reduce potential losses due to plant closure.

Since the factory was closed a day after the earthquake and tsunami struck, 11 March to 10 April, Honda failed to produce 58 thousand units of cars. The amount is equivalent to six percent of Honda's total automobile production in Japan during 2010 and then as many as 992,502 units.

source : tdy

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