NEW YORK -- Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. and Suzuki Motor Corp. will join with their dominant shareholder, General Motors, on recycling automobiles, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei) reported.
Tuesday's edition of Nikkei, monitored in New York on Monday, said the companies will cooperate on recycling automobiles in Europe, where the auto industry soon will have to collect discarded cars.
As of this month, auto makers have to collect discarded cars for no fee in Europe. Fuji and Suzuki aim to use GM's facility there to cut costs, the Japanese daily reported.
According to Nikkei, the three auto makers will cooperate on the same recycling system in Japan in the future.