Honda Alabama plant speeds up Job One TOKYO — Honda Motor Co. Ltd. plans for Job One at its new Alabama, U.S.A., facility on Nov. 15, six months ahead of schedule, says Honda President Hiroyuki Yoshino. The decision to move up the start of production, says Yoshino, was based on customer demand for the popular Odyssey minivan, currently only built at Honda’s capacity-constrained plant in Alliston, Ontario, Canada, which also has absorbed production of the Acura MDX sport/utility vehicle. ...

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