Honda purchased $27.4 billion in U.S. parts and materials in 2017
Honda’s U.S. supplier base has more than doubled since 1993
$41.7 Billion Total Purchases
Honda purchased $27.4 billion parts and materials, $12.8 billion in goods and services, and $1.5 billion in service parts from U.S. companies last year.
10,800 Service Suppliers
More than 10,800 maintenance, repair and operational service suppliers support Honda's U.S. operations.
12 Regional Parts Centers
American Honda Parts Division delivers parts and materials to Honda and Acura dealers from 12 regional centers throughout the U.S.
Honda spent more than $3.1 billion with ethnic minority and women-owned businesses in 2017.
Alt-Fuel uses in Honda Logistics
Honda established a public on-site compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station adjacent to its Marysville, Ohio auto plant to support the use of CNG trucks in local transportation routes.
Service Parts Recycling
In partnership with U.S. Honda and Acura automobile dealers, Honda developed a continually expanding service parts recycling program. A variety of service parts are recycled, including batteries, wheels and other parts containing precious metals, glass, copper and plastic.
Honda installed a 1-megawatt solar array on the roof of its Windsor Locks, Connecticut parts distribution warehouse. It is anticipated to offset 576 tons of greenhouse gas emissions from the Connecticut Power and Light grid annually.
- California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure
Supporting Local Suppliers
Honda purchased $27.4 billion in parts and materials from 624 suppliers across 32 states.