Ford Motor Co. will pump $62 million into its 1,600-worker Buffalo Stamping plant in Hamburg, NY, in an effort to hike output and widen the scope of parts the facility can produce. Ford will install a new Schuler press. Ford will replace a current press line with a new unit made by Germany’s Schuler AG. The new line has a 3,000-ton (2,722-t) capacity and is slated to start operating in June 2006. The outgoing press’s capacity is 2,000 tons (1,814 t). Ford will begin readying the ...

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