Ford Motor Co. is resolute in its plan to close its F-Series assembly operations in Oakville, Ont., Canada, warns Nick Scheele, president and chief operating officer. Nick Scheele Despite the Canadian Auto Workers union’s pledge that it will not leave the bargaining table without a plan to save Ontario Truck, the auto maker cannot budge, Scheele tells analysts at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York. The closure is a key element of the company’s revitalization’s plan. ...

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