PRLog (Press Release) - Dec. 22, 2012 - Japanese manufacturers have helped a lot in saving the local economies here in the United States for over three decades. For example Subaru & Isuzu started manufacturing vehicles in Indiana about 26 years back, helped local economy grow, within 2 years the economy grew by 10%. Toyota came in as a big Tiger in 1996 followed by another Giant Honda who came in 2008. Major Japanese Auto manufacturers, especially Honda, Subaru, Isuzu & Toyota employ about 200,000 people in their local area, thus providing impetus to local growth. This kind of technological advancement is good for development of economies. Automotive jobs account for about 10% of job market in the United States. Growth of Automotive industry is conducive for increasing jobs in the economy. If you remember the dairy farms and greener pastures were replaced by Nissan engine factory in Tennessee surrounded by parts suppliers like air conditioning units suppliers, brakes suppliers & transmission parts suppliers. None of this existed at all about three decades back. Three or four decades ago no one believed that Japanese auto manufacturers will ever take manufacturing overseas, everyone believed that Japan is the only place where they would produce vehicles because their the supply chains were in place, costs were closely monitored and quality control was perfect in Japan. It was kind of out-of-place and awkward for Japanese to even think or talk about producing away from Japan in those days. America has changed all this, now most Japanese manufacturers, especially the big Tigers like Honda, Toyota-Lexus, Mazda & Isuzu are assembling vehicles and building engines and components here. JAPANESE-ENGINES are mostly made here in the United States of America.
For years high-tech gurus argued that United States is incapable to compete in highly volatile electronics market. Companies like HP, Dell & even Apple rely on overseas supply chain in China for success. The reason being that Asian factories can build the item cheaply. This is possible because cheap technical labor is plenty in Asia, in comparison to United States where high-tech engineers are more expensive. American Auto Manufacturers are facing a sharp decline but on the contrary United States is considered as one of the largest employers and is the largest Auto manufacturer in the world. Japanese manufacturers and other Asian automakers account for about 45% of the total Automotive production in the United States.
United States Government has worked really hard to pressurize Japanese Automotive manufacturers to manufacture here in the U.S by offering them tax incentives, benefits & increasing their quotas.
The conclusion is that the over last 30 years Japanese Automakers have seen a lot of success and their vehicles are continuously in demand. Due to high demand Used Japanese Engine for all Japanese brands are being imported from Japan.