WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – Up to 75% of Ford Motor Co.’s North American assembly plants will have flexible manufacturing capability by decade’s end, says Roman Krygier, group vice president-global manufacturing and quality. Roman Krygier As a result, the auto maker will save between $1.5 billion and $2 billion. First to benefit will be Ford’s F-Series plants in Norfolk, VA, and Kansas City, MO, Krygier says (see related story: Norfolk, Kansas City Ford’s First Flex Plants). ...

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