Nissan sets the goal to assemble 1 million vehicles
Mexico City— With Nissan Mexican’s third plant in Mexico, to be located in Aguascalientes, the company is estimating they will assemble more than 1 million units per year in the near future.
Jose Luis Valls, President and Armando Avila, Manufacturing Vice-president, informed that they estimate they will produce 670,000 vehicles this year –last year 643,000 vehicles were assembled– and that the figure should reach 850,000 with the new plant.
“We want to exceed one million vehicles assembled in the future, to make of Mexico one of the most important centers in the world (in this field)”, they pointed-out.
Even if they would not disclose the model that will be produced at the new plant, which will start production in December 2013, they did say it will be a compact vehicle.
Source: El Diario de Chihuahua | Date: 12/07/2012