DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. celebrates a different kind of Job One Sept. 28, during its “Year of the Car,” by completing the first of 30 fuel cell-powered Focus sedans it will issue from a small assembly plant owned by MSX International on the Motor City’s eastside. Ford’s Schmidt and Ballard’s Campbell with Focus FCV. Executives from Ford, MSX, Vancouver-based powertrain supplier Ballard Power Systems Inc. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. were on hand for the event, signifying the companies’ ...

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