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2011-08-10 16:38:00

GREENSBURG, Ind., Aug. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 1,300 Honda Manufacturing of Indiana (HMIN) associates today celebrated as representatives of J.D. Power and Associates presented them with the Platinum Plant Quality award, and the award for Highest Ranked Compact Car in Initial Quality in a tie for the Honda Civic which is produced at HMIN. Both awards come from HMIN's performance rating in the J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study(SM) (IQS) for 2011. IQS measures new...

2010-02-25 15:45:00

GREENSBURG, Ind., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Associates at Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC (HMIN) today produced the 100,000th Civic in Indiana. HMIN began production* on October 9, 2008. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100225/CL61250 ) "This milestone is based on the commitment our Honda associates in Indiana make every day to build products of the highest quality for our customers," said Rick Schostek, vice president of HMIN. "This is an important achievement for our...

2009-09-21 09:29:00

GREENSBURG, Ind., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Less than a year after starting mass production,* the Honda Manufacturing of Indiana plant is announcing today the building of Honda Civic Sedans for sale in Mexico and export to 22 Latin American and Caribbean nations and U.S. territories. The first Civics destined for export were shipped last week. Until now, the more than 50,000 Civics built at the Greensburg plant had been sold exclusively in the United States. "We designed our Greensburg...

2006-06-28 11:16:04

DETROIT (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co. Ltd. said on Wednesday that it plans to build a new $550 million U.S. auto plant in Indiana and start production in fall of 2008. Honda said the plant will be constructed in Decatur County, near Greensburg, 50 miles southeast of Indianapolis. Honda, the first Asian auto maker to build vehicles in the United States, has outlined an aggressive growth strategy for North America. The company plans for North American sales to grow by 16 percent...

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