SUZUKA, Japan — Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is using best practices from its production facilities in Japan and overseas to refurbish its Suzuka assembly plant. The company's goal is to put in place a “green” manufacturing system by 2003. The No.1 and No.3 Suzuka lines will be the standard for all Honda production facilities around the world, Honda President Hiroyuki Yoshino says. Honda worldwide last year built 2.4 million vehicles. “Our objective is to respond flexibly and quickly to market ...

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