Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited (HACPL) celebrated the 400,000 units of cumulative automobile production at its factory in Manga Mandi, Lahore. At the ceremony, the new 2018 Honda BR-V rolled off from the production line, commemorating the 400,000th unit produced.
Honda City was the major contributor achieving this goal with 53% sales or 211,914 units produced. Following closely by Civic, with 174,707 units or 44% of sales. While the BR-V accounted for 3% sales with 13,379 units produced.
Mr. Hironobu Yoshimura, President & CEO of Honda, Mr. Kenichi Matsuo Vice President Production, Mr. Maqsood ur Rehman Rehmani, Vice President Admin & HR and other top management attended the ceremony together with 2,300 HACPL associates.
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Hironobu Yoshimura said:
“I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to Pakistani customers for their trust and strong support, which made us achieving another important production milestone. We will continue to provide best quality products that go beyond the customers’ expectations.”
HACPL started business operations in May 1994 with the launch of Civic, and added the City model to the production line-up in January 1997. Some 9 years after it started operations in Pakistan, HACPL achieved its 100,000-unit production milestone in December 2005, and 7 years later in July 2012, the 200,000-unit production milestone was achieved. 4 years later, the company achieved cumulative 300,000-unit production milestone in 2016 and just after 2 years the 400,000-unit milestone is achieved.
In celebration of the 400,000-unit production milestone, Honda is also offering a limited time special incentive of 1 Year Extendable Warranty against just Rs 4,000 to its customers.
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