After less than a year of operation, Honda’s factory in Greenville, Indiana, is exporting Civic sedans to other countries.
<;P class=MsoNormal>Although the majority of Civics built in Greenville are destined for North American customers, Honda announced the plant would also be responsible for providing cars to Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, Saipan, and a host of other countries throughout Latin America.
<;P class=MsoNormal>“The U.S. remains the primary market for our Indiana-built Civics,” said Rick Schostek, vice president of Honda Manufacturing of Indiana. “Manufacturing products for export broadens the experiences of our associates, contributes positively to America’s international trade, and shows our commitment to the continued growth and evolution of our business in Indiana.”
The Greenville facility employs approximately 2000 workers, and has produced nearly 50,000 Civics since it opened in November 2008.