Honda Motor Company Case Study

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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (HONDA), incorporated on September 24, 1948. The headquarter of Honda located in Tokyo, Japan. HONDA is a worldwide organization.The CEO of HONDA is Takahiro Hachigo. According to the information until 31 March 2015, the total capital of HONDA is 86 billion yen. In addition, The number of employment in HONDA are 204730 with consolidated basis and 22954 with non-consolidated basis. HONDA conducts its operations in Japan and around the world, including North America, Europe and Asia. Motorcycles are distributed through approximately 5,900 outlets.
The basic activity that running in HONDA is develops, produces and manufactures a few types of motor products. In 2013, HONDA invested about 5.7% (US$6.8 billion) of its revenues in research and development.Also in 2013, HONDA became the first Japanese automaker to be a main exporter to the United States. HONDA production can divided into few segment. There are motorcycle business, automobile business, financial services business, and other businesses.
Motorcycle Business
Motorcycle business is about produces many types of motorcycles. HONDA's motorcycle production line involved production of sports , business and commuter models. Motorcycles are produced by the Company in Japan at the Kumamoto factory. HONDA's motorcycles are also produced in countries around the world.
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Online inventory management system will more effective in checking inventory in ware house. This can make sure the mistake of distributive the inventory will decrease. Online inventory management system can reduce accident case of customer. According to the real Honda situation, materials of inventory use wrongly. For example, For the friction material used in the original vehicle rear brake pads is too soft. The rear pads need change a bigger size so that can hold lasting and promise the safety of

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