Honda Precision Parts of Georgia LLC breaks ground on a new $100 million transmission plant in Tallapoosa, GA, moving up the launch date of the facility from fall 2006 to spring 2006. The 250,000-sq. ft. (23,225-sq. m) transmission assembly plant will employ approximately 400 and assemble some 300,000 5-speed automatic transmissions annually for initial use in Odyssey minivans and Pilot cross/utility vehicles, which are built at Honda's Lincoln, AL, vehicle assembly plant. (See related ...
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