Honda Mfg. of Alabama LLC installs the final structural steel for the $425 million expansion of its second assembly line. Honda says the expansion, the fastest it’s ever done, will be closer to completion by early June when the 1.1 million sq.-ft.(102,190 sq.-m) area is enclosed. The Japanese auto maker expects the project to be finished in early 2004. Output will double to 300,000 engines and vehicles annually and bring employment at the plant to 4,300 workers. No decision has been ...

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