Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp., which recalled 130,000 heavy vehicles last month to fix faulty hubs, will set up a committee of quality supervisors to improve its vehicle safety standards.


According to The Detroit News, Fuso, Japan’s third-biggest maker of trucks and buses, said the committee of outside experts and quality supervisors will be headed by [newly appointed] chairman Michio Hori and begin work on May 1.


Fuso, controlled by DaimlerChrysler AG, reportedly said it needs to “drastically reorganise” its manufacturing operations.