LINCOLN, AL – Honda Motor Co. Ltd. relieves its squeezed production capacity with the opening of a new plant here, designed to build Odyssey minivans and the V-6 engines that power them. Its 11th plant in North America, the Lincoln facility is the first North American facility constructed during the era of Honda’s New Manufacturing System – the auto maker’s production philosophy that places heavy emphasis on efficiency and flexibility. Flexibility indeed lies at the soul of the plant’s ...
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