SMYRNA, TN – Construction is not yet complete at Nissan North America Inc.’s forthcoming plant in Canton, MS, but already company officials are honing in on the principle of constant improvement – targeting speedy vehicle rollouts, unprecedented efficiency and even the possibility of expansion. Production starts in summer 2003 at the $930 million plant, which will build the next-generation Quest, a fullsize pickup truck and two fullsize SUVs. The Quest will bow first, and other products ...

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