In a momentous event heralding a new chapter in the realm of two-wheeler manufacturing, Nepal proudly welcomed the inauguration of the Honda Assembly Plant. The establishment of this plant represents a significant milestone, not just for the automotive industry but for the nation as a whole.

Led by Minoru Kato, Vice President of Honda Motorcycle’s primary business unit, the grand opening ceremony in Bhairawaha saw the convergence of esteemed dignitaries from both domestic and international spheres. Among the notable attendees were representatives from Honda’s headquarters in Japan, including Tayuki Nakanose and Tetsuya Komine, alongside distinguished figures from Nepal’s political and business landscape.

Honda Bikes

With a staggering investment of Rs 1.5 billion, the Honda Assembly Plant sprawls over an expansive area of 220,000 square feet. This cutting-edge facility is equipped to produce up to 100,000 motorcycles and scooters, underscoring Honda’s unwavering commitment to meeting the evolving demands of its loyal customer base in Nepal.

Honda’s legacy of over 55 years resonates deeply with Nepali riders, cementing the brand as the foremost choice in the country’s two-wheeler market. The inauguration of this assembly plant not only signifies technological advancement but also underscores Honda Nepal’s dedication to upholding world-class quality standards and ensuring unparalleled customer satisfaction.

Honda Scooters

Syakar Trading Company Pvt. Ltd., Honda‘s authorized distributor in Nepal, reaffirms its commitment to enhancing product availability, spare parts accessibility, and service quality through its subsidiary, Himal Moto Nepal Pvt. Ltd.

The launch of the Honda Assembly Plant stands as a testament to the enduring partnership between Honda and Nepal, promising a brighter future for the automotive industry and heralding a new era of innovation and excellence on Nepali roads.

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