Honda Of Canada Manufacturing - Alliston Engine Plant

4700 Tottenham Rd
Alliston, ON L9R 1A2, Canada
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Honda Motor Co., Inc. - Honda Of Canada Manufacturing - Alliston Engine Plant
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Latitude = 44.1445078
Longitude = -79.8374556

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Honda Motor Co., Inc. - Current Stock Price
Ticker Symbol - HMC
CURRENT = 30.22 -0.41 -1.34%
OPEN = 30.21 HIGH = 30.34 LOW = 30

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Began Production
Sept. 2008
Plant Size
263,177 sq. ft.
Annual Capacity
200,000 Engines
3900 Auto and Engine Plant
$154 Million Canadian Dollars
In 2008, Honda of Canada Mfg. began producing 4-cylinder automobile engines at a new $154 million engine plant. The plant produces engines for the Civic Sedan and Civic Coupe, produced in the two adjacent automobile plants. In a first for any North American automobile engine plant, the Canada plant uses primarily recycled aluminum processed at an adjacent facility and delivered directly to the plant in its molten state, eliminating the re-melt step and reducing overall energy use.