Earthquake Severely Damaged Honda Plant in Japan
The recent earthquake has rigorously damaged the Honda assembly plant and research and development center in Tochigi, Japan. About 30 employees were found to be injured in areas of the plant but only one case of death was reported. The Tochigi plant and tow more Honda plants have been temporarily closed.
The spokesman of Honda in Ohio says that Ohio and North America plants are operating normally. Most of the Honda vehicles sold in US are built in Japan but the popular models of the company such as Accord and Civic are built in US itself.
Many workers from Ohio were at the Honda Complex in Japan. The Honda in Japan is famous across the world and many employees are sent there for training and research.
Despite Honda, Wendy's International and Ohio Department of Development were affected by the earthquake. Wendy's International had recently announced its expansion in the country and the company has confirmed that it will proceed with its plan to open more than 71 restaurants in the country.
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