Ford Motor Co. last week confirmed plans to move the North American headquarters for its Jaguar and Volvo luxury car units to Southern California from New Jersey as part of a U.S. consolidation for its Premier Automotive Group (PAG). Jaguar, Volvo and Aston Martin, will be housed with Ford's Lincoln and Mercury divisions, which relocated from Dearborn to Irvine, CA, in 1998. The three are expected to locate in a new 300,000-sq.-ft. facility sometime in the fourth quarter of 2001. Both ...
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