Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Mazda Celebrates 40th Million Unit Produced in Japan

Mazda’s celebrating today 40 million units of cumulative production in Japan as an all-new jade Mazda2 (Demio) rolled off the production line marking the production milestone. According to the Japanese carmaker, this record was achieved in the 75 years and nine months since Mazda began production of three-wheeled trucks in October 1931

During the commemorative ceremony at Mazda’s Ujina Plant No.2 near the company’s headquarters in Hiroshima, President Imaki said, “Mazda was able to achieve 40 million units of cumulative production due to the great support of our customers. This milestone is also the result of the steadfast efforts of the many employees and people associated with Mazda who have been the cornerstone of our success throughout the company’s existence. Mazda’s appetite for embracing challenges and a spirited corporate culture drives us to develop new technologies and create new value. This is the reason why, of all the automakers around the world, Mazda is the only brand that produces rotary engine cars. Accomplishing 40 million units built is another breakthrough on our road to even further growth. To maintain this track record of success going forward, Mazda will continue to provide our customers with cars that ‘look inviting to drive, are fun to drive, and make you want to drive them again’.”

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