DETROIT -- Synchronous production and heavy use of modules will up the ante of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s already-high efficiency standard when the auto maker begins production at its forthcoming plant in Canton, MS, officials claim. “The essence of what we’re trying to do down there is take our productivity level, our quality level and our efficiency level up to the next plateau,” says Emil E. Hassan, senior vice president, North American manufacturing, purchasing, quality and logistics at ...
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