Ford Motor Co. delays the elimination of one of the two 10-hour shifts at St. Louis Assembly in Hazelwood, MO, due to heavy demand for the SUVs built there and the auto maker’s unwillingness to rely on overtime to keep up with demand. One of the plant’s two shifts was slated for elimination by April 26, according to a plant spokeswoman, but the vehicles built at St. Louis Assembly – Explorer, Mountaineer and Aviator – are selling well and Ford would have to turn to overtime to meet market ...
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