Honda Motor Co. Ltd. follows up its announcement to build a new assembly plant in Alabama (see story p.1) with the disclosure of a $60 million investment plan for its Alliston, Ont., and Anna, OH, factories. In Alliston, $30 million will be used to complete a new, second production line one year ahead of schedule, Honda says. The automaker will add more capacity to the second assembly line in 2001, bringing the plant's total annual output to 330,000 units. Alliston's original capacity was ...
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