HONDA
HONDA-HISTORY Japanese mechanic Soichiro Honda started Honda  Motor Company in 1948 Between 1957 and 1958 Honda Motor Co...
HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF          HONDA FIT
HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF        HONDA CIVIC
HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF           HONDA ACCORD
HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF         HONDA ODYSSEY
HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF
   Hondas lineup varies by country and may feature    vehicles exclusive to that region          ACURA TL
STRATEGY OF HONDA:   Corporate Strategy   Enterprise Strategy:     They are dedicated to supplying latest generation    ...
BUSINESS STRATEGY: R&D is sharpening the business advantage of  Honda, together with the fierce competition  between Hond...
OPERATIONAL STRATEGY   Honda operates in the worldwide market – with 134    production facilities and at 31 R&D facilitie...
INDIVIDUAL STRATEGY   The individual strategy of Honda is reflected    through the Honda‗s philosophy – ―The Three    Joy...
HONDA OPERATION
HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTSChina- Dongfeng Honda Automobile Company  LOCATION: Wuhan China  PRODUCTS:       Honda CRV           ...
HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTS   EAST LIBERTY AUTO PLANT is a Honda factory    in East Liberty, Ohio, United States.   The assemb...
HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTS   Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Limited is a joint venture between Honda Motor Company  Limited, Jap...
HONDA OF CANADA MANUFACTURING INC Currently, the two main plants have approximately  4,600 employees and have an annual c...
CANADA ITS PRODUCT                                   Acura ZDX  •Honda Civic sedan                                  Honda ...
HONDA MANUFACTURING OF ALABAMA-NORTH AMERICA.  (HMA) is an automobile manufacturer located  in Lincoln, Alabama. Honda i...
INDIA Honda Siel Cars India Greater Noida,  Uttar Pradesh,India Honda Jazz  Honda Civic  Honda Accord  Honda CRV
BRASIL R&D activities began in 1980 Developing strategies that reflect the unique  economic, cultural and market conditi...
SWOT ANALYSIS OF HONDA   Strength:   Exotic interior   Unique aerodynamic shape   Developed afterwards connected R&D w...
WEAKNESS Use of Cutting bend technology gives acceleration  to problems Civic models could cause abashing for the  custo...
OPPORTUNITIES Offering in a pickup type truck would be profitable. Continue progressing low emission vehicles and  alter...
THREATS Prices. Technology. New Markets.
CAGE CULTURE philosophy still remains the two fundamental belies,  which are ―Respect for the Individual‖ and ―The  Three...
ECONOMICAL   Honda conducts its businesses in Japan and    throughout the world (including North America,    Europe and A...
GEOGRAPHY   The problem of climate change is of global scope—    it cannot be solved through isolated regional    measure...
ADMINISTRATIVE   Regulations regarding vehicle emission levels, fuel    economy, noise, safety and noxious substances, as...
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  • Honda's global lineup consists of the Fit, Civic, Accord, Insight, CR-V, and Odyssey
  • ACURA TL
  • Honda‘s portfolio includes three businesses: Automobiles business, Motorcycles business, Power business. Even though stepping into Automobile industry rather late at 1963, Honda quickly leads the industry with characteristics like superior fuel economy, optimum safety, and driving pleasure.
  • – The dealership of Honda is also one of its strengthsEffciency at reasonable price
  • With the joy of buying, the Honda‘s associates must try their best to exceed the customers‘ expectation. Meanwhile, with the joy of selling, which concern not only about the relationship between the dealers and their customers, but they also feel the pride of having a positive relationship with their customers. And the last one, the joy of producing comes from manufacturing, research and development… by producing quality products that satisfy customers worldwide
  • R&D activities in the region began in 1980 - a few years after the start of local motorcycle production - to focus not only on supporting local sourcing of assembly component parts, but also to conduct market research, product planning, product homologation, testing and styling design.In 1992, there was a further development, with the start of car imports to Brazil. The popularity of the products resulted in the inauguration in 1997, the factory Honda Cars of Brazil (HAB) in the city of Sumaré (SP), which in 2011 surpassed the volume of 900 thousand units.
  • Honda-International business mgt

    1. 1. HONDA
    2. 2. HONDA-HISTORY Japanese mechanic Soichiro Honda started Honda Motor Company in 1948 Between 1957 and 1958 Honda Motor Company hired additional engineers and created the sporty S360 and S500 and the T360 pickup In 1970 it exported its first car to the United States, the N600. However, it was the Civic that established Honda as a serious car manufacturer.
    3. 3. HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF HONDA FIT
    4. 4. HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF HONDA CIVIC
    5. 5. HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF HONDA ACCORD
    6. 6. HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF HONDA ODYSSEY
    7. 7. HONDAS GLOBAL LINEUP CONSISTS OF
    8. 8.  Hondas lineup varies by country and may feature vehicles exclusive to that region ACURA TL
    9. 9. STRATEGY OF HONDA: Corporate Strategy Enterprise Strategy: They are dedicated to supplying latest generation cars with advanced technology, greater fuel efficiency and competitive prices, along with friendly and efficient after sales back up, maintaining ―quality‖ as core of all activities.
    10. 10. BUSINESS STRATEGY: R&D is sharpening the business advantage of Honda, together with the fierce competition between Honda and competitors Honda continuously research and develop new technology to bring customers products with excellent
    11. 11. OPERATIONAL STRATEGY Honda operates in the worldwide market – with 134 production facilities and at 31 R&D facilities , about 167000 Honda employees and associates serve 23 million customers worldwide annually.
    12. 12. INDIVIDUAL STRATEGY The individual strategy of Honda is reflected through the Honda‗s philosophy – ―The Three Joy‖ – The Joy of buying, the joy of selling, and the joy of producing.
    13. 13. HONDA OPERATION
    14. 14. HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTSChina- Dongfeng Honda Automobile Company LOCATION: Wuhan China PRODUCTS: Honda CRV Honda Civic Honda Spirior Joint venture between the Dongfeng Motor Corporation and Honda Motor Company These vehicles and imports are available at 253 dealers across China at the time of OCT,2009 OPENDED: 2003
    15. 15. HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTS EAST LIBERTY AUTO PLANT is a Honda factory in East Liberty, Ohio, United States. The assembly plant opened in 1989. PRODUCTS: Honda Accord Crosstour Honda Element Honda CR-V
    16. 16. HONDA ASSEMBLY PLANTS Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Limited is a joint venture between Honda Motor Company Limited, Japan and the Atlas Group, Pakistan. The company was incorporated on November 4, 1992. On July 14, 1994, booking of Honda cars started at six dealerships in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. Product Line-up Honda Accord Honda CR-V Honda Civic Honda City
    17. 17. HONDA OF CANADA MANUFACTURING INC Currently, the two main plants have approximately 4,600 employees and have an annual capacity of 390,580 cars per year. In 1986, Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) began production with the assembly of the Honda Accord The vehicles produced at HCM are sold in Canada and exported to the United States and other export markets.
    18. 18. CANADA ITS PRODUCT Acura ZDX •Honda Civic sedan Honda Odyssey (1998-2004) Honda Pilot (2002-2007) Honda Ridgeline (2005–2008) ACURA MDX
    19. 19. HONDA MANUFACTURING OF ALABAMA-NORTH AMERICA. (HMA) is an automobile manufacturer located in Lincoln, Alabama. Honda is proud to invest in America—its economy and its people HMA is also the first Honda factory to have both engine die-casting and machining on site as well as vehicle assembly, under the same roof. HMA is the sole manufacturer of the Honda Odyssey, Honda Pilot, and Honda Ridgeline.
    20. 20. INDIA Honda Siel Cars India Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh,India Honda Jazz Honda Civic Honda Accord Honda CRV
    21. 21. BRASIL R&D activities began in 1980 Developing strategies that reflect the unique economic, cultural and market conditions of the Region Domestic production of Honda cars began in 1997, the plant in Sumaré Honda Automoveis do Brasil has now an annual production capacity of 70,000 automobiles - building the Civic Sedan and the Honda Fit.
    22. 22. SWOT ANALYSIS OF HONDA Strength: Exotic interior Unique aerodynamic shape Developed afterwards connected R&D with the latest technology Various models targeting assorted chump segments. Revolutionary engine technology Comfortable Diversification. Quality and customer satisfaction. Competitiveness in innovative . Pioneer in engineering low emissions internal combustion and hybrid technology.
    23. 23. WEAKNESS Use of Cutting bend technology gives acceleration to problems Civic models could cause abashing for the customer Prices. They do not have a strong offering in a truck line. Reputation for being underpowered or pokey econo-boxes.
    24. 24. OPPORTUNITIES Offering in a pickup type truck would be profitable. Continue progressing low emission vehicles and alternative power sources. Developing nations.
    25. 25. THREATS Prices. Technology. New Markets.
    26. 26. CAGE CULTURE philosophy still remains the two fundamental belies, which are ―Respect for the Individual‖ and ―The Three Joys
    27. 27. ECONOMICAL Honda conducts its businesses in Japan and throughout the world (including North America, Europe and Asia). A continued economic slowdown, recession and the sustained loss of consumer confidence in these markets, which may be caused by rising fuel prices or other factors, could trigger a decline in demand for automobiles, motorcycles and power products that may adversely affect Honda‗s results of operations U.S financial crisis has affected the economics over the world.
    28. 28. GEOGRAPHY The problem of climate change is of global scope— it cannot be solved through isolated regional measures alone. The entire world must work together to face this problem. However, there is still a significant gap between developed and developing countries in terms of access to convenient transportation. Improvement in the quality of mobility is indispensable to the betterment of people‗s lives. Consequently, the demand for automobiles and other means of transportation will likely continue to increase
    29. 29. ADMINISTRATIVE Regulations regarding vehicle emission levels, fuel economy, noise, safety and noxious substances, as well as levels of pollutants from production plants, are extensive within the automobile, motorcycle and power product industries. These regulations are subject to change, and are often made more restrictive.
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