Nissan to recover from quake, resume production by Oct.

15:20, May 17, 2011      

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Nissan Motors is scheduled to resume normal production in global factories by October this year, according to news from Nissan China (Investment) Co., Ltd. on May 16, 2011.

Nissan Motors' factories worldwide, including factories in Japan, will resume production by October this year. In time, the capacities of all the factories will return to the levels they were at before March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. However, because the factories in Japan suffering serious setbacks, they will be adjusted through the global supply chain, said Shen Li, a spokesperson Nissan China (Investment) Co., Ltd.

Parts of Nissan Motors' factories have resumed weekend production in May, which is estimated to last to the end of May. They will continue to pay attention to component supplies and adopt a flexible production system, according to Nissan Motors.

Nissan Motors previously claimed that its sales volume in April is estimated to be 55,000 vehicles.

By Ye Xin, People's Daily Online
 
 
     
 
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