DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co. peels back the curtain on its new truck plant here, a $2 billion investment expected to help open a new era in manufacturing for the auto maker. Mezzanine level keeps worker traffic, administration offices and cafeteria out of the way of assembly line. Job One for the new Dearborn Truck Plant, the cornerstone of an expansive renovation to Ford’s massive, 85-year-old Rouge industrial complex, is set for summer 2004, following completion of construction ...

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