There’s A Honda Civic Type R Factory Problem
But at Swindon, Honda has a production system that relies on parts arriving exactly when they’re needed, typically going directly from the port to the assembly line within hours of landing. If just one component is missing, production cannot continue.
“This primarily has to do with global factors,” Michael Gove, the UK government’s minister in charge of Brexit negotiations, said regarding Honda’s situation. “Inevitably at this time of year, you get people who want to stock up in their warehouses. And I think that there’ll be different reasons why people were doing that.”
Honda has not provided an update for when Swindon will be back online, but every day the assembly line isn’t moving, the automaker is losing money.
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