Ford is adding more than 2,000 jobs at its Kansas City, MO, assembly plant to support increasing demand for the F-150 pickup and planned production of the Transit fullsize commercial van. F-150 sales through April were up 18.8% compared with year-ago to 55,474 units, according to WardsAuto data. Deliveries are expected to increase as the year progresses due to replacement demand and an uptick in the housing market. In a conference call to discuss April sales, Ken Czubay, vice ...

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