MARYSVILLE, OH – The Japanese business principle of kaizen has guided Honda Motor Co. Ltd. during its first 20 years of manufacturing on American soil. One of four new major welding zones at Marysville Now Honda of America Mfg. Inc., the Japanese auto maker’s manufacturing operations based here, is making plans to carry it into the next two decades. Honda America’s new plan for constant improvement is called BN20 – or “better in the next 20 years.” Officials readily admit ...

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