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Chip shortages at Honda's Japanese plants are expected to cut production by up to 30 percent in August

via:凤凰网     time:2022/7/24 14:01:19     readed:131

Set micro network news, Nikkei 21 reported that due to a continuing chip shortage, coupled with the impact of the logistics shutdown caused by the closure of Shanghai, Also let Honda Japan plant will continue to cut production in early August, compared with the plan made in May, the scale of production reduction by up to 30%.

Honda's Suzuka plant in Mie prefecture will cut output by about 30 percent in early August, while its Saitama plant in Saitama prefecture will cut output by about 10 percent, according to the report. Suzuka mainly produces light vehicle n-box, SUV VEZEL and other models, while the sojourner factory mainly produces Step WGN, Freed and other models. In July, suzuka production reduced production by about 10 percent.

The report pointed out that affected by the production cut, also let Honda new car delivery time longer. As of July 18, the delivery time of the N-Box and VEZEL oil trolley versions is approximately six months.

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