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Honda has more then 500 OEM suppliers located in 34 states.

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SOURCED IN AMERICA

  • $22 billion in parts and materials were purchased from 502 U.S. suppliers in 2012.
  • Honda purchased nearly $1.5 billion in parts, materials, and other goods from minority-owned U.S. suppliers in FY2011.
  • 88 percent of Honda's U.S. Tier-One original equipment suppliers have achieved third-party ISO 14001 certification for environmentally sound management systems.
  • More than 13,500 companies supply maintenance, repair, and operational (MRO) services to Honda's U.S. operations.
  • American Honda Parts Division delivers parts and materials to Honda and Acura dealers from 12 regional centers throughout the U.S. Check out the U.S. Investment Map for locations by state.
  • 92 percent of all waste materials from American Honda Parts Division regional centers were diverted from landfills in FY2012 through efforts to reduce and reuse materials.
  • Honda began reducing CO2 emissions associated with the delivery of service parts when the company became the first automaker to introduce a Class 8 hybrid diesel electric truck into its U.S. parts delivery fleet in 2009.
  • 95 percent of American Honda's fleet of parts shipment trucks are U.S. EPA SmartWay Transport, with a goal of 100 percent by the end of FY2013.

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure
 

Honda helps its U.S. supplier base increase
quality and productivity, contributing to the
stability of the entire U.S. automotive industry.

 

Honda has purchased more
than $110 billion in U.S. parts
and materials since 2006

Honda’s U.S. supplier base
has more than doubled
since 1992

Thinking Local

Following years of decline of the U.S.
tooling industry, Honda developed an
original program to help re-establish strong,
financially stable tool-and-die suppliers in
America. By helping these U.S.-based
manufacturers more efficiently design and
produce their products, Honda has been
able to assist its tool-and-die suppliers in
becoming more globally and locally
competitive.