Honda unveils assembly plant in Nepal

Kathmandu: Honda, a global leader in two-wheelers, has officially launched its ‘Assembly Plant’ in Bhairahawa, Nepal. The grand inauguration was presided over by Minoru Kato, the Vice President of the main business unit at Honda Motorcycle.

The cutting-edge facility, established with a substantial investment of Rs 1.5 billion, spans an impressive 200,000 square feet. The plant is poised to be a game-changer, boasting a robust capacity to manufacture 100,000 motorcycles and scooters.

Syakar Trading, the authorized dealer for Honda in Nepal, expressed optimism about the enhanced convenience and accessibility for customers. The subsidiary company, Himal Moto, will play a pivotal role in streamlining sales, distribution, availability of spare parts, and servicing, aligning seamlessly with the newly inaugurated assembly plant.

This strategic move not only underscores Honda’s commitment to the thriving Nepalese market but also signifies a significant milestone in the automotive landscape of the region. Stay tuned for further updates on this groundbreaking development.