Ford Motor says resin shortage won't cut production


By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, April 27 (Reuters) - Ford does not expect any production disruptions due to a shortage of a rare nylon resin used in auto manufacturing, its chief financial officer said on Friday. "We think we are going to get through this without having any issues," Ford CFO Bob Shanks said during Ford's first-quarter earnings conference call. When Ford Motor Co announced its first-quarter net profit of $1.40 billion [ID: L2E8FR1KB] on Friday, it said in a statement, "The ...

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