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March 13, 2015

Ford starts production of 2015 Ford F-150 at Kansas City Assembly Plant

Ford marks the official start of production of the all-new 2015 F-150 at Kansas City Assembly Plant, which joins Dearborn Truck Plant in building the toughest, smartest, most capable F-150 ever.

This means Ford has expanded production of the first mass-produced light-duty

May 01, 2014

Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant celebrates start of production of 2015 Ford Transit Van

Supported by 2,000 new employees and a US$ 1.1-billion investment, the all-new Ford Transit van rolls-off the line at Kansas City Assembly Plant, as Ford aims to strengthen its leadership in the commercial vehicle segment.

On sale this summer, Ford's next-generation full-size

January 16, 2014

Nearly 1,000 new hires start work at Ford's Kansas Plant; hires 175 more

Ford begins welcoming nearly 1,000 new employees at its Kansas City Assembly Plant to prepare for the launch of the all-new Ford Transit that goes on sale in the United States this summer.

The company also is announcing that 175 additional employees will be

November 22, 2013

First CNG-capable 2014 Ford F-150 rolls-off the line in Kansas City plant

Ford began production of the 2014 F-150 with the ability to run on compressed natural gas, making Ford the only manufacturer with an available CNG/LPG-capable half-ton pickup.

The 2014 Ford F-150 with 3.7-liter V6 engine is available with a factory-installed,

August 07, 2013

Third production crew with 900 new US jobs begins to meet surging Ford F-series demand

Ford welcomes a third crew of 900 new hourly workers at its Kansas City Assembly Plant to meet surging customer demand for the Ford F-150.

Ford F-150 is part of the Ford F-series lineup, the nation's No. 1-selling vehicle for 31 years and the best-selling truck

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

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