Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

2755 North Michigan Avenue
Greensburg, IN 47240-9341, USA
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Honda Motor Co., Inc. - Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
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Latitude = 39.3788949
Longitude = -85.5408567

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Began Production
Oct. 2008
Plant Size
1.3 Million sq. ft.
Site Size
1600 Acres
Annual Capacity
200,000 Vehicles
$500 Million
Civic Sedan & Civic GX
Operations Performed
Stamping, welding, painting, plastic injection molding, sub and final assembly, testing and quality assurance
Purchasing Power
In 2009, Honda spent about $1 billion for production parts in North America.
Supplier Impact
Approximately 83 percent of all parts come from suppliers in North America.
Honda’s fourth U.S. auto plant, its seventh in North America, began production of Civic Sedans in October 2008 and celebrated production of its 100,000th Civic in February 2010. The plant uses state-of-the-art production systems and is designed to have the smallest environmental footprint of any Honda automobile plant in North America. Like the Alabama plant before it, the Indiana plant is a zero-waste-to-landfill plant. The plant also adopts other Honda “green factory” practices including the use of waterborne surface and primer body paint. Limited production of the near-zero emissions natural-gas powered Civic GX was added in May 2009, and production of Civics for export markets began in September 2009. The plant will be able to produce 200,000 vehicles annually, with employment of 2,000 associates, when it reaches full capacity.
Numbers can't tell the whole story.
It's only natural that when you deal in mass production, numbers tend to be the most tangible method of comprehension. But in all that math it's easy to lose sight of what really defines us. Our associates. We are much more than Honda's seventh North American auto assembly plant, we are individuals that together do great things on a massive scale. Soichiro Honda understood the importance of the individual when he founded the company all those years ago. His creed of Respect for the Individual still resonates clearly. In this About Us section we've included the pertinent facts and figures (they are listed below), but it's the associates who get top billing. They drive our quality, which in turn drives consumer desire for our products. And that makes all things possible, like our commitment to improving our communities and neighborhoods.