WINDSOR, ON – Ford Motor of Canada Ltd. makes official plans to launch a new engine program at its mothballed Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, ON, Canada. Joe Hinrichs, Ford group vice president-manufacturing, tells journalists here today the new engine assigned to Essex will be produced exclusively at the plant during the program’s “first phase,” and that it is “both” an incremental product, as well as a replacement product, because initial volumes will not satisfy demand. Citing ...
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