List of Mazda facilities
Mazda Motor Corporation has many production and administrative facilities worldwide.
- Main office – Aki, Hiroshima, Japan – Established in 1920
- Tokyo office – Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
- Osaka office – Kita, Osaka, Japan
- Mazda North American Operations – Irvine, California, USA – Established February 1971
- Mazda Canada – Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada – Established January 1968
- Mazda Mexico – Santa Fe, Mexico – Established December 2004
- Mazda Motor Europe – Leverkusen, Germany
- Mazda Motor Logistics Europe – Willebroek, Belgium
- Mazda Motors UK – Dartford, Kent, UK
- Mazda Automobiles France – St Germain en Laye, France
- Mazda Suisse – Lancy, Switzerland
- Mazda Austria – Klagenfurt, Austria
- Mazda Automóviles España – Madrid, Spain
- Mazda Motor de Portugal – Lisbon, Portugal
- Mazda Motor Italia – Rome, Italy
- Mazda Motor Beijing – Chaoyang, China
- China FAW Group Corporation:
- Mazda Motor Shanghai – Shanghai, China
- Ford Lio Ho Motor – Chung Li, Taiwan, Republic of China
- Mazda Australia – Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia
- Mazda Motors of New Zealand – Auckland, New Zealand
- Vinamazda - Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
- Mazda Myanmar - Yangon, Myanmar
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
|March 1931–present||1966 : Ujina U1 opened||Automobile manufacturing||Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-5, CX-9, MX-5, 124 Spider||Worldwide|
|1972 : Ujina U2 opened|
|May 1974–present||-||Engine manufacturing||Worldwide|
|September 1982–present||1981 : Nakanoseki plant opened||Transmission manufacturing||Worldwide|
|1||1982 : Nishinoura H1 plant opened||Automobile manufacturing||Mazda3, CX-3|
|1992 : Nishinoura H2 plant opened||Mazda6, CX-5|
Compañía Colombiana Automotriz
|1983–2014||1982 : Mazda purchased Compañía Colombiana Automotriz from Fiat||Automobile assembly|
|1983 : Mazda production commenced|
|2014 : Mazda production ceased|
Mazda Motor Manufacturing USA
|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
|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
|2011–present||2011 : Vina Mazda Automobile Manufacturing established as a non-Mazda subsidiary||Automobile assembly||Mazda2||Vietnam|
|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|
Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus
|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|
Changan Mazda Automobile
|2013–present||2012 : Changan Mazda Automobile established as a 50:50 joint venture between Mazda and Changan||Automobile manufacturing||Mazda3, CX-5||China|
Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation
|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)
|January 2015–present||2013 : Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing (Thailand) established as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mazda||Engine manufacturing||Worldwide|
|2018 : Engine machining plant opened|
|Under construction||2018 : Mazda announces plans for a new American plant, built under a joint venture with Toyota||Automobile manufacturing||TBA|
Other assembly locationsEdit
- Bahman Industries – Tehran, Iran
- P.T. National Assembler – Jakarta, Indonesia
- Kenya Vehicle Manufacturers – Thika, Kenya
- Ford Motor Company of South Africa – Pretoria, South Africa
- Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant – Kansas City, Missouri, USA
- Kia Motors Sohari Plant – Gwangmyeong, South Korea
- MARESA – Quito, Ecuador Ceased operations in 2015.
- Ford Motor Company Philippines – Laguna, Philippines Closed in 2012
- Swaraj Mazda – Punjab, India. Closed in 2011
- Twin Cities Assembly Plant – St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (closed in 2011)
- Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries (WMMI) – Harare, Zimbabwe -mothballed since 2012 when operations became unprofitable due to the local political conditions
- Vietnam Motors – Hanoi, Vietnam. Not currently producing cars, makes truck and buses.
- Associated Motors Industries (Malaysia) – Selangor, Malaysia Ceased operations in 2008.
- The first three characters of the vehicle identification number (VIN).
- The eleventh character of the vehicle identification number (VIN).
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.
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