Nissan Suspends Domestic Auto Production for Japanese Market

Posted by at 11:04 am on October 19, 2017

Nissan has officially announced that it will suspend production of all domestic vehicles sold in the Japanese market. This comes only weeks after Nissan issued a recall for all vehicles sold in the market over the past three years.

The recurring problem revolves the continued final inspection and certification of vehicles being performed by individuals who are not authorized by Nissan to complete these final checks. It goes deeper than just the wrong person signing off, as the technicians were reportedly impersonating certified technicians by using their stamps to sign off of the inspections, according to Reuters.

The purpose of Nissan’s production suspension is for the manufacturer to take a step back and reconfigure its inspection lines and procedures so that its compliance aligns with the requirements

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