Honda Stopping Auto Production in U.S for Six Days

By Staff Writer March 18, 2020 156
On the Line at Honda's  East Liberty Auto Plant in East Liberty, Ohio, On the Line at Honda's East Liberty Auto Plant in East Liberty, Ohio,

Honda released a statement on Wednesday morning saying it’s closing all of its automotive production plants in North America for six days due to an “anticipated” drop in demand. The shut-sown will reduce vehicle output by about 40,000.

Honda says it will pay all 27,000 workers across the closed facilities during the shutdown.

After an autoworker employed at Fiat-Chrysler's Sterling Heights Assembly plant in MI tested positive for coronavirus, FCA has closed the plant for workers safety.

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