Mississauga, Ontario – Nissan Canada is reporting that vehicle supply levels to Canada are on target, two months after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

The company said that dedicated efforts have ensured that Japanese production is once again on track, and that facilities in the United States and Mexico, which supply 60 per cent of vehicles to the Canadian market, have confirmed that Canadian supply levels are unaffected and all facilities are assessing their ability for increased production volumes in anticipation of strong demand.

“Nissan and its employees were very fortunate to escape much of the devastation inflicted by the earthquake and tsunami, and are a key part of helping the Japanese economy recover from these horrific events,” said Allen Childs, president of Nissan Canada. “In Canada, we are pleased to confirm that with an average of 70 days’ inventory, supply of vehicles is at normal levels, which is especially important during the spring market when consumer demand is high.”

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