Honda Siel, the Indian-arm of Honda Motor Co resumed normal car production after witnessing lower output since November last year due to the Thailand floods that resulted a shortage in supply of components.
Honda has started acquiring critical components from Japan and China in order to normalize production at the Greater Noida plant. The Japanese manufacturer aims to manufacture 370 cars a day in a two-shift operation which will increase to 440 cars soon.
As many as 1,500 units of the updated City have been rolld out of the Greater Noida facility. Production of the recently launched Brio hatchback has also resumed while the Jazz will start rolling-out by end of February.
Honda had stopped production of the Brio last month due to shortage in supply of components.
Issue: 165 | May 2013
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