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Honda Siel Cars India To Resume Normal Production From October 2011 Print E-mail
Written by Viswanath   
Saturday, 28 May 2011
New Delhi: Honda Siel Cars India plans to get back to manufacturing at original levels at it's Greater Noida plant from October onwards. The parts supply is now expected to increase gradually and production volume will be increased starting August 2011 with the expectation that HSCI will begin operating on normal production from the festival season

Honda also said the launch of its first mass segment compact car in India, the Brio, was on track. The Brio will have the same 1.2-litre petrol engine, which is currently being used for the Jazz premium hatchback.

This engine is currently being imported but it will be manufactured here eventually. The company also sources some engine and electronic parts from Japan.

Honda Siel Cars India had started single shift operations and cut production by 50 per cent since the beginning of this month at it's Greater Noida plant, which was rolling out about 5,000 units per month.

Honda Motor is exerting a company wide effort to normalise production as soon as possible. It is making adjustments to its production volume in the Asia Oceania region based on the parts supply situation from Japan.

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