New Beginning of Japanese Automakers

March 25, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Japanese Auto-makers

Japanese auto-makers are coming back to life finally. Toyota Motor Corp has announced that it will resume the production of three hybrid cars on Monday.

Recent catastrophe was a nightmare for the automotive companies. All the automobile companies suffered huge loses. Now most of the companies want to recover loses by resuming the production. Spokesperson of Toyota Motors Shiori Hashimoto has announced that Toyota will resume the production of Prius, HS250h in the plants, situated in Central and South Japan.

Toyota is badly affected by this disaster. It closed down all the 18 factories that used to assemble Toyota and Lexus vehicles. A part from this, other seven plants that manufacture engine and other parts are among the sufferers of Tsunami and earthquake in Japan.

Hashimoto said, “We will monitor the situation of parts availability carefully in deciding the duration of production”.

Honda Motor Corp, which is the third largest automaker of Japan, has also announced about the resume plans. Based on the parts’ availability Honda will resume the production in April. On the other side, motorcycle production in Kumamoto factory, situated in southern Japan will be resumed on 28th March.

Suzuki Motor Corp has also announced that its three assembly plants will remain sealed on Thursday and Friday.

Japanese automakers has scheduled the new beginning to overcome loses and start contending each other with a new spirit.


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