Ford Motor Co. reportedly will shutter five North American plants as part of its yet-to-be announced revamping, including operations in Atlanta, St. Paul, MN, and St. Louis. While the report has not been confirmed, The Wall Street Journal says today (Dec. 2) that a truck-assembly plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico, also is slated for closing. The paper cites as sources two people close to Ford’s product plans. An engine parts plant in Windsor, Ont., Canada, also is named in the story as a ...

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