Ford Motor Co. agrees to take control of 24 Visteon Corp. plants and facilities in a move expected to lighten its largest supplier's load and better position the parts maker for future growth. The deal is dependent on approval by the 17,500 United Auto Workers employees of Visteon who would flow back or be leased to Ford under the agreement. Ford previously leased employees to Visteon, and those employees now return to the auto maker. Visteon's Nashville facility among 24 plants going ...
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