LEXINGTON, KY – Ford Motor Co. will add a new product and a flexible body shop at its Louisville Truck Plant as outlined in the new 4-year labor agreement with the United Auto Workers, says Mark Fields, president-The Americas. Without revealing a timeline for the investment in Louisville, which builds the Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer SUVs and the Explorer Sport Trac, Fields says discussions with government officials at the state and local level are progressing regarding the ...
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