DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Thursday it will add a shift at its Dearborn, Michigan, truck plant in January to produce the newly designed F-150 pickup truck, adding 1,000 union-represented jobs at the plant. Ford launched production of the all-new F-150, its best-selling vehicle, Thursday. Ford said it had invested $148 million at the plant to upgrade tooling and equipment for the 2009 model-year truck. Ford also invested $110 million at its Kansas City truck plant ...
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