Production of the ’12 F-650 pickup is under way at Ford’s plant in Escobedo, Mexico, marking the last generation of medium-duty trucks the auto maker will build south of the U.S. border. As part of a 4-year labor agreement ratified with the United Auto Workers union last year, Ford plans to move medium-duty-truck output, which includes the F-750, to its Avon Lake, OH, facility beginning in 2015. Avon Lake currently builds the E-Series fullsize van, which will be phased out ...

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