Ford Motor Co. is studying the possibility of adding multiple crews at some of its component or powertrain plants to break bottlenecks and boost capacity, James J. Padilla, group vice president-manufacturing, Ford Automotive Operations tells Ward's in an interview. Ford currently uses three crews at the Michigan Truck Plant in Wayne, MI, home of the Expedition/Navigator, and at Kentucky Truck, home of the F-Series SuperDuty and Excursion. Consideration now is being given to adding third ...
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