Skip to Content
Download Image

Honda launches new automated engine assembly line in Alabama

LINCOLN, Alabama – A new $71.4 million engine assembly facility at Honda’s Alabama plant is so advanced that its 250 workers and 92 robots can turn out 1,500 V-6 engines per day, thanks to automated systems that can handle tasks such as assembling and installing pistons.

The sophisticated new engine line at Honda’s facility in Alabama represents a breakthrough for the automaker’s engine North American assembly operations because of its highly automated assembly processes.

“Our new automated engine assembly line is the most advanced facility of its kind at any Honda operation across the globe — and it’s right here in Lincoln, Alabama,” said Jeff Tomko, president of Honda Manufacturing of Alabama.

Download Image

Regions Bank renews $1.5 billion commitment to Alabama Economic Development Loan Pool

Stay connected to what's happening in Alabama now.

  • Enter your email address to receive periodic updates on the evolution of business in Alabama.

Ready to start your company's next chapter in Alabama?

Alabama may be small in size, but its ability to accommodate businesses seeking success is vast. See why companies like Mercedes, Airbus, Hyundai, and Honda have decided to call Alabama home.

Find A Site Learn More About Alabama