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Mazda Motor Corporation has many production and administrative facilities worldwide.

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List of Mazda production plantsEdit

The following table summarises a list of Mazda production plants. The list includes manufacturing and assembly plants wholly owned or wholly operated by Mazda, in addition to joint-venture plants in which Mazda held equity stakes.

The list excludes multi-manufacturer contract assembly plants in which Mazda held no equity stake.

List of Mazda manufacturing, assembly and joint-venture plants
Name WMI [N 1] Plant code [N 2] Location Commenced production Notable milestones Operational scale [N 3] Production
(2017/2018)
Markets
served
Hiroshima Plant JCx
JMx
0 Aki,
Hiroshima,
Japan
March 1931–present 1966 : Ujina U1 opened Automobile manufacturing Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-5, CX-9, MX-5, 124 Spider Worldwide
1972 : Ujina U2 opened
Miyoshi Plant - Miyoshi,
Hiroshima,
Japan
May 1974–present - Engine manufacturing Worldwide
Hofu Plant - Hōfu,
Yamaguchi,
Japan
September 1982–present 1981 : Nakanoseki plant opened Transmission manufacturing Worldwide
JCx
JMx
1 1982 : Nishinoura H1 plant opened Automobile manufacturing Mazda3, CX-3
1992 : Nishinoura H2 plant opened Mazda6, CX-5
Bogotá Plant
Compañía Colombiana Automotriz
(CCA)
? Bogotá,
Colombia
1983–2014 1982 : Mazda purchased Compañía Colombiana Automotriz from Fiat Automobile assembly
1983 : Mazda production commenced
2014 : Mazda production ceased
Michigan Plant
Mazda Motor Manufacturing USA
(MMM USA)
1Yx 5 Flat Rock,
Michigan,
United States
September 1987–1992 1987 : Mazda Motor Manufacturing USA (MMM USA) established as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mazda. Mazda production commenced Automobile manufacturing
1992 : Ford purchased a 50% stake in MMM USA. Renamed AutoAlliance International (AAI)
2012 : Mazda production ceased. Ford purchased Mazda's 50% stake in AAI. AAI was renamed Flat Rock Assembly Plant
Rayong Plant 1
AutoAlliance Thailand
(AAT)
MM6 ? Rayong,
Thailand
May 1998–present 1995 : AutoAlliance Thailand established as a 50:50 joint venture between Mazda and Ford Automobile manufacturing Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda BT-50 Worldwide
Nui Thanh Plant
Vina Mazda Automobile Manufacturing
(VMAM)
? Núi Thành,
Vietnam
2011–present 2011 : Vina Mazda Automobile Manufacturing established as a non-Mazda subsidiary Automobile assembly Mazda2 Vietnam
Kulim Plant
Mazda Malaysia
(MMSB)
PP1 ? Kulim,
Malaysia
2011–present 2011 : Inokom commenced contract assembly for Mazda Automobile assembly Mazda3, CX-5 Southeast Asia
2012 : Mazda Malaysia established as a 70:30 joint venture between Mazda and Bermaz
2014 : Mazda-exclusive assembly plant was built within Inokom complex
Vladivostok Plant
Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus
(MSMR)
? Vladivostok,
Russia
2012–present 2011 : Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus established as a 50:50 joint venture between Mazda and Sollers Automobile assembly Mazda6, CX-5, CX-9 Russia
2012 : Production commenced
Nanjing Plant
Changan Mazda Automobile
(CMA)
LVR ? Nanjing,
China
2013–present 2012 : Changan Mazda Automobile established as a 50:50 joint venture between Mazda and Changan Automobile manufacturing Mazda3, CX-5 China
Salamanca Plant
Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation
(MMVO)
3Mx M Salamanca,
Mexico
January 2014–present 2011 : Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation established as a 75:25 joint venture between Mazda and Sumitomo Automobile manufacturing Mazda2, Mazda3 North America, South America, Europe
2014 : Production commenced. Engine machining plant opened
Rayong Plant 2
Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing (Thailand)
(MPMT)
- Rayong,
Thailand
January 2015–present 2013 : Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing (Thailand) established as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mazda Engine manufacturing Worldwide
2018 : Engine machining plant opened
Alabama Plant
- Huntsville,
Alabama,
United States
Under construction 2018 : Mazda announces plans for a new American plant, built under a joint venture with Toyota[1] Automobile manufacturing TBA

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  1. ^ The first three characters of the vehicle identification number (VIN).
  2. ^ The eleventh character of the vehicle identification number (VIN).
  3. ^ Legend

    Automobile manufacturing : This plant manufactures cars (includes body stamping). The majority of parts and components are sourced locally. This plant is highly automated.

    Automobile assembly : This plant assembles cars (does not include body stamping). The majority of parts and components are imported or sourced from knock-down (SKD or CKD) kits. This plant is not highly automated.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mazda, Toyota select Alabama for new U.S. auto manufacturing plant". www2.mazda.com. 10 January 2018. Archived from the original on 4 March 2018. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
  2. ^ Mambo, Elias (22 May 2015). "Mazda Motor Industries faces collapse". Zimbabwe Independent. Alpha Media Holdings.