Nissan restarts Oppama plant; Leafs rolling down the line once again
Nissan executives have told reporters in Japan that overall production at the Oppama facility will gradually return to pre-quake levels, perhaps hitting peak output by July. Since the Oppama plant is around 200 miles southwest of the quake's epicenter, it suffered only minor damage.
In related news, Katherine Zachary told Green Car Advisor that 600 Leafs, which arrived in the Port of Long Beach earlier this week, should be hitting dealerships in the U.S. any day now.
[Source: Green Car Advisor]
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