FERNDALE, MI – Ford Motor Co. will not allow Tier 1 supplier Collins & Aikman Corp.'s problems to rain on the '06 Fusion sedan's parade. The auto maker launched Fusion production last week in Hermosillo, Mexico, alongside the new Mercury Milan and Lincoln Zephyr, with many crucial interior components coming from a C&A plant in Hermosillo's new supplier park. Fusion production is dependent on Collins & Aikman parts. The recently bankrupt supplier has said, in the past, it ...

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