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November 08, 2013

Ford announces a serios of senior leadership team changes

Ford Motor Company announces a series of changes in its senior leadership team to continue delivering the company's One Ford plan for profitable growth.

J Mays, Group Vice-President and Chief Creative Officer, Design, is retiring after more than 33 years in the

May 22, 2013

Ford increases North American capacity by 200,000 units and reduces summer shutdown to meet surging demand

Ford Motor Company will add an additional 200,000 units of annual straight-time capacity this year. In addition, Ford will produce an extra 40,000 units by idling select plants for only one week during what has been the traditional two-week summer shutdown.

"To meet

January 12, 2013

Ford to hire 2,200 salaried workers in the US this year

Ford Motor Company plans to hire 2,200 salaried workers in the US this year - the largest increase in new salaried workers in more than a decade - to support the continued aggressive pace of new Ford product introductions.

The hiring is in addition to the more than 8,100

December 27, 2012

Ford is investing more than $773-million across southeast Michigan manufacturing facilities

Ford Motor Company is spending more than $773-million on new equipment and capacity expansions across six manufacturing facilities in southeast Michigan as it delivers on a commitment to invest $6.2-billion in US plants by 2015.

The investments in Michigan will create

October 13, 2012

Ford Motor Company's Michigan Assembly Plant named Plant of the Year by Assembly magazine

Ford Motor Company's Michigan Assembly Plant has been named Assembly Plant of the Year by Assembly magazine. It is the first time an automaker, as well as a plant in Michigan, has earned the honor.

"MAP is an example of Ford manufacturing at its

September 10, 2012

Ford opens new era at Flat Rock Assembly Plant, source of 1,200 new jobs

Ford Motor Company and its employees are opening a new era at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, complete with a new name, 1,200 additional hourly jobs coming next year and plans to produce the 2013 Ford Fusion mid-size sedan.

"The new Flat Rock Assembly

May 08, 2012

Ford boosts vehicle production by reducing summer shutdown in North America Plants

Ford Motor Company will produce nearly 40,000 additional vehicles this summer by idling 13 plants, including six assembly plants, for just one week instead of the traditional two.

The flexibility provided by the UAW-Ford national contract agreement allows the company

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