Honda Marks 30 Years of U.S. Auto Production

Following trial production at Honda's engine plant in Anna, Ohio, a shaft-driven pulley is evaluated for accuracy. The pulley components for Honda's continuously variable transmissions (CVTs) will go into mass production in next year for the Honda Accord. On its 30th anniversary of auto production in the United States, Honda announced more than $200 million in new investments in its Anna Engine Plant and its automatic transmission plant in Russells Point, Ohio. The projects include an expansion for the production of CVT pulley components and a new engine assembly line at the Anna Engine Plant that will create approximately 200 jobs.

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