Ford Motor Co. lost four hours or 300 units of Focus production Tuesday (Feb. 29) on the afternoon shift at its Wayne (MI) Assembly plant after a fire in the paint shop shut down the line. No one was hurt and workers were sent home. Production resumed after cleanup the following day. Meanwhile, the automaker says it has sold more than half of the 7,000 Sony Focus edition sedans built so far. About 10 Sony edition Focus sedans are being built per hour. The full build will be completed by ...
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