Honda Motor Co., Ltd. develops, manufactures, and distributes motorcycles, automobiles, power products, and other products worldwide. It operates through four segments: Motorcycle Business, Automobile Business, Financial Services Business, and Power Product and Other Businesses. The Motorcycle Business segment produces sports motorcycles, including trial and moto-cross racing, and business and commuter models; and a range of off-road vehicles, such as all-terrain vehicles and side-by-sides. The Automobile Business segment offers passenger cars, light trucks, and mini vehicles, as well as vehicles powered with alternative fuel, such as ethanol, battery electric, and fuel cell vehicles. The Financial Services Business segment provides various financial services, including retail lending and leasing services to customers, as well as other financial services comprising wholesale financing to dealers. The Power Product and Other Businesses segment manufactures and sells power products comprising general purpose engines, generators, water pumps, lawn mowers, riding mowers, robotic mowers, brush cutters, tillers, snow blowers, outboard marine engines, walking assist devices, and portable battery inverter power sources. This segment also offers HondaJet aircraft. The company also sells spare parts; and provides after-sale services through retail dealers directly, as well as through overseas operations, independent distributors and retail dealers, and licensees. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has a collaboration agreement with Isuzu Motor Company to conduct a joint research project for the usage of hydrogen fuel cells to power heavy-duty trucks. The company was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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After two and a half months since the first coronavirus-related death was reported in Wuhan, China, the car industry is facing an unprecedented challenge. A vast majority of production facilities across the globe had been halted for weeks now as the world’s leading car manufacturers struggle to weather the financial hit. “It is clear that this is the worst crisis ever to impact the automotive industry,” stated Eric-Mark Huitema, Director General...
The British car industry may never fully recover from the coronavirus crisis, according to experts, as BMW (FRA:BMW), Toyota (TYO:7203) and Honda (TYO:7267) said they plan to temporarily suspend their operations in the UK due to pandemic. Nissan and Vauxhall have already halted their operations in the UK because of declining sales and shortage of parts, while Jaguar Land Rover is expected to close factories in the days ahead. In the US, Ford and...
The coronavirus has continued to spread in Asia as the latest death toll has now climbed to 1,775, with more than 70,000 infected. As a result, these six car manufacturers announced new measures that will impact their overall output and most likely their first-quarter earnings. Honda First, Honda Motor announced that it will postpone the restart of its plants in Wuhan, where the outbreak virus is believed to have started, by a week following a re...
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|Name||Honda Motor Co., Ltd.|
|Exchange||Tokyo Stock Exchange|
|Full time employees||219,722|