Ford Motor Co. has slated production of its new global inline 4- and 5-cyl. engines without the benefit of having named the aluminum suppliers of the project. According to American Metal Market, it has been disclosed that Ford will be turning out over 780,000 units per year. Estimates indicate that Ford's Dearborn, Mich. and Chihuahua, Mexico plants combined will consume aluminum in abundance of 90 million lbs. (41 million kg) of finished parts applications. The new I-4s and I-5s will be ...

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