Posted Thu Mar 31, 2011 at 11:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Things are picking back up for Panasonic's manufacturing plants.
The disaster in Japan hit some of Panasonic's manufacturing facilities hard, but production is resuming at three of the company's plants.
Both the Yamagata and Utsunomiya factory, which make a range of audio and video products, have resumed partial production according to Twice. They've both been up and running for about a week now.
The Fukushima based plant, which makes components and cables for consumer electronics and other products, resumed operations today.
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