BIRMINGHAM, AL – With fuel prices rising, Honda of America Mfg. Inc. is beginning to rethink its stance on the issue of on-site suppliers at its vehicle assembly plants. Charles Ernst, vice president and plant manager at Honda Mfg. of Alabama LLC, says just because the auto maker has not established a supplier park yet “doesn’t mean it is something we shouldn’t consider.” When planning began for Honda’s newest North American plant in Lincoln, AL, fuel prices ranged from $0.90-$1.05 a ...

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