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Nissan Resuming Parts and Vehicle Production

March 22, 2011

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN – Nissan resumed production at five of its plants of parts for overseas manufacturing and repair on Monday, March 21 and plans to resume vehicle production in Japan on March 24, while its supply of inventory lasts. The company said its engine plant is still being affected by regional aftershocks, so it will take reestablish production there.

For more on our coverage of the effect of the earthquake and tsunami on vehicle production in Japan since the event, read the following articles:

Japan Automakers Provide Dealer & Parts Inventory Updates

Japan Automakers Provide OTD Impact Updates

Japan Automakers Halt Production, Assess OTD Impact

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