TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan, U.S.A. — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to introduce manufacturing technology that will allow it to produce a myriad of models on the same line. Nissan Senior Vice President Shigeru Takagi, at an automotive management seminar here, says the automaker will begin installing a new Flexible Manufacturing System for body assembly later this year at its Kyushu, Japan, plant. Production launch is set for early 2000. In the new system, body panels travel along welding lines ...

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