Honda from Japan due to lack of parts coming Monday in the Swindon half the factory's production.
Honda has said that 3,000 workers will remain on full pay.
It is believed that at 22,500 vehicles, that will be built as a result by the end of the year could be made.
Many carmakers because of severe earthquake and tsunami in the North East Japan affected by plant shutdowns have struggles.
Honda's Japanese plants ready now resumed, but said now that vehicle component parts and production plan level will be at 50 per cent.
It announced last month that production in Japan on April 4 and resume shipment of component parts and plants on April 11 at Suzuka and Sayama car production will resume.
The company said that the vast majority of parts used in Swindon to Europe is.
She said that the flexible working policy for the production of this necklace make up a year later "banked hours" will be allowed to use.
"Combines a working time agreement for talks in 2009 thanks, there's a shortage of employees during the company to generate revenue will be no harm," Jim De 'Avila, united union regional officer said.
Swindon plant has the capacity to 250,000 vehicles a year.
Such as Toyota and other carmakers Nissan, thus facing a shortage of parts to Honda's are.
Meanwhile, Chrysler's earthquake in Japan resulted in the interruption affected the U.S. has become the latest carmaker.
America's number three car maker's share of their North American assembly plants because of lack of work some more time is canceled.
Last week, Ford said that its Kentucky truck plant idle while General Motors also a lack of parts production plant will close.