Honda plant in Ayutthaya province reopened in March after 6-month shutdown due to flood damage.
With flood waters rolling down from the South, Honda Thailand is making emergency plans in case its plant in Ayutthaya province goes under water again. The auto maker only resumed production in late March after a 4-month restoration program following last year’s massive floods that destroyed most of the facility’s equipment and ruined more than 1,000 new cars parked outside the plant. The Thai National News Bureau reports 11 provinces across the country, including ...
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