14 Nov '11, 12pm

Honda, Nissan resume limited Thai production after floods

BANGKOK: Japanese motor giants Honda and Nissan said they had resumed partial production in Thailand on Monday, after work was suspended due to the devastating floods affecting the country. Honda's Thai subsidiary, Thai Honda Manufacturing, said it had restarted manufacturing "some motorcycle and power products models" at its Ladkrabang factory, on the eastern outskirts of Bangkok. Disruption to parts supply forced the firm to halt production of power products on October 6 and motorbikes on October 11. Work at Honda's car plant, in the central city of Ayutthaya, which was halted on October 4, remains suspended. A Honda spokeswoman said the floodwaters at the Ayutthaya factory were still two metres deep and the company did not know when it would be able to resume production. Late last month, Honda held off giving an earnings forecast for the year ending March 2012 as it con...

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