Trucks built at new facility boast 85% local content.
Nissan opens its second plant in Thailand, using it as a production hub for the new-generation Navara pickup truck destined for 45 countries. The TB3.7 billion ($114.2 million), 6.2 million-sq.-ft. (580,000-sq.-m) plant has a capacity of 150,000 units a year. More than half of the vehicles built there will be exported. The new plant will increase Nissan’s annual production capacity in Thailand to 370,000 units, a far cry from its arrival in 1963 when four cars a day rolled off the ...
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