Ford Motor Co.’s revised third-quarter production plan for North America holds no surprises. Car output for the quarter was cut 2,600 units from the plan put in place June 3 to 311,300. Truck output was raised by 9,400 units to 624,500 vehicles. Ford’s plans now call for completion of 79,600 cars and 134,000 trucks in July, 120,700 cars and 246,600 trucks in August and 111,000 cars and 243,900 trucks in September. The industry total for the quarter now is 3,913,900, 6.7% ahead of ...
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