Honda Lacking Parts In N. America
Honda Motor Co’s North American plants may find their production interrupted after April 1st because of a lack of critical parts as the suppliers from Japan try to recover from the massive earthquake and tsunami that devastated the nation.
The six Honda plants in America especially the two Ohio plants and plants in Alabama, Indiana, Canada, and Mexico will shut down until the company can get back on it’s feet.*Sponsored Links*
Spokesman Jeffrey Smith of Honda informed the public in this regard.
Honda’s website is trying to keep the public and others at their plants informed as to what’s going on. They’re rapidly working to get more supply solutions worked and their website said,
“The vast majority of Honda’s parts and materials are sourced here in North America. However, for global efficiency, a few critical parts continue to be supplied from Japan.”
These American plants supply materials to 80 percent of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in the areas of East Liberty, Ohio, Greensburg, Ind, Lincoln, Ala, Alliston, Ontario, and El Salto, Mexico.*Sponsored Links*