Japan Tsunami: Nissan losses produciton to the tune of 55,000 vehicles

Japanese automaker, Nissan has confronted its customers and media in the most appropriate way by giving a clear idea of problems being faced by the company recently. After Japan was hit by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011 automakers in Japan have faced plenty problems with production of their cars.

Nissan clearly stated that, recent natural calamities have affected its parts suppliers, and is facing severe loss in production of vehicles. The numbers calculated from Nissan for loss in production of cars for a single month of March is estimated to be 55,000.

Nissan faces another trouble with having to check its vehicles parts for unsafe levels of radiation after the nuclear plant outburst happened. Nissan has expressed its desire to import engines from U.S plants until the plant starts functioning normally again. The actual time for start of full swing production of its Japan plant has not been revealed.

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Nabanita Singha Roy

Nabanita Singha Roy

Love for a red car has with experience transformed to a detailed outlook for around the clock news from Nabanita Singha Roy. Starting out as auto blogger in 2009, her inextricable editorial approach guarantees diverse storylines for a widely enthusiastic automotive readership.

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