Honda Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly will cut output at its Lincoln, AL, plant by up to 27,000 vehicles this year. Reports out of Alabama say daily production of the Pilot cross/utility vehicle will be cut from 500 units to 350. Daily output of the Odyssey minivan, also built at Lincoln, will remain at 800 units. No layoffs will occur. “Typically, Honda prefers to keep dealer inventory supplies between a 45-day to 60-day supply,” a plant spokesman tells The Birmingham News. He says without ...
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