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INTRODUCTION PRODUCTS PRODUCT SPECIFICATION RAW MATERIAL AND COMPONENTS OPERATIONS AND PROCESS

Nissan motors
Nissan Motor Company Ltd usually shortened to Nissan is a multinational automaker headquartered in Japan. It was a core member of the Nissan Group, but has become more independent after its restructuring under Carlos Ghosn (CEO).

Nissan products
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Product quality is what allows customers to drive their cars in comfort and with peace of mind over a long period. To enable real improvements in product quality, not only design phase and production phase, but also through robust partnership with suppliers, Nissan is improving its quality component by component. Nissan conducts follow-up inspections on vehicles that have been in the market for several years to gauge their durability.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Through robust partnerships with suppliers, Nissan is improving its quality component by component To secure a consistent supply of high-quality components, Nissan partners with strong and reputable suppliers.

Setting a world standard, with management conducted on a global basis

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REPLACEMENT HEADLIGHT AUTOVENTSHADE VENTVISOR TAPE-ON SIDE WINDOW DEFLECTORS METRO MOULDED PARTS DOOR SEAL WEATHERSTRIPPING FOR CARS,TRUCKS, AND SUV'S STRONG ARM REPLACEMENT LIFT SUPPORTS E3 AUTOMOTIVE SPARK PLUGS REPLACEMENT STEEL OE STYLE FENDER REPLACEMENT BRAKE DISCS

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wide variety of Nissan Parts for you to choose from. This includes gas shocks for your suspension to give your vehicle better handling and stability. Theres also window deflectors which can help keep rain and other elements from coming in while your windows are open. Other Nissan Performance Parts include spark plugs which can improve your engines combustion and brake rotors which can enhance the braking efficiency of your vehicle. All these Nissan Auto Parts are made from premium materials so youre assured of getting your moneys worth. This also keeps these components from succumbing to wear and tear easily. And since theyre constructed to match the specifications of most vehicles, installing them wont be difficult to do.

NISSAN MANUFACTURING UK
Plant functions The plant from the South. NMUK is split into three logical areas: Body Assembly, Paint and Final Assembly. Each is further broken down into areas known as 'shops'.  Press Shop The first shop in the manufacturing process, the Press Shop is responsible for pressing the outer and inner body panels of the vehicle. NMUK houses a 5,000 tonne press capable of pressing two panels simultaneously - one of only two in use in any Nissan plant.  Body Shop Linked directly to the Press Shop, the Body Shop is a highly-automated section of the factory with over 500 robots in operation. Pressed-panels are welded together to create complete body shells..

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Paint Shop Body shells are painted in a semi-clean environment using solvent based  Shells are dipped in chemical tanks  immersed in an anti-corrosion paint dip called ED (Electrocoat Dip)  'Sealing' Booth  'Underbody' Booth  Robots then apply the underseal and SGC (Stone Guard Coat) layer  the body proceeds into the Undercoat Oven  'ED Sanding' booth  'Surfacer' Booth  Surfacer Oven  'Surfacer Sanding' Booth  'Topcoat' Booth  Topcoat oven  'Touch-up' Booth  PBS (Painted Body Store)  Plastics Shop Plastic components such as bumpers are injection-moulded on site.  Casting Shop Aluminium engine components such as cylinder heads are produced in the state-of-the-art Casting plant. 

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 Unit Shop 1.2, 1.4 and 1.8 litre petrol engines are built on-site on the Unit Assembly line. The cylinder heads are machined along the machining line before being shipped to the Assembly line. The Unit Shop contains its own engine testing areas. Diesel engines are no longer produced at NMUK.  Axle Shop A second welding facility costing over 5m is currently being built to ease demand on the Axle Shop for Qashqai.  Trim & Chassis There are two parallel assembly lines in NMUK: Line 2 currently handles the Juke and Note; Line 1 handles the Qashqai. Painted bodies are stored in a large holding area called PBS (Painted Body Store), and are released in a specific scheduled sequence. They are brought into Trim & Chassis on suspended cradles. Each body moves through the assembly line and is fitted with interior (Trim), and exterior (Chassis) components. At one point in the process, the bodies are 'married' to a subassembled engine and sub frame. Completed vehicles are sent down a Final Line, where all aspects of the car, from brakes to waterproofing, are tested. The car is then driven off-line to a holding area, ready to be distributed to a dealer.