Nissan announced that they were going to stop the production of their vehicles in Japan after it was reported that uncertified technicians had been signing off on final inspections for years.
After making some crucial changes to the final inspection procedures, Nissan is now ready to start their domestic production in Japan once more. According to the reports, Nissan plans to resume the production of vehicles at five of their domestic plans on Tuesday.
The suspension had also lead to 1.2 million vehicles being recalled for re-inspection. All passengers cars that were produced and sold in Japan for the last three years were all affected by the recall.
Nissan announces that they have made the necessary changes to the process and are also taking measures to improve training and testing processes for inspectors. Plants that will restart production includes the Fukuoka, Kanagawa, and Tochigi plant.