North American manufacturers will not meet their production schedules for the first time since January due to a supplier strike and mid-month cutbacks at Ford Motor Co. (view related data: June Production Estimate) Additionally, Ford’s original June production schedule for U.S. trucks included an estimated 12,000 units of previously assembled ’03 Expeditions and Navigators built from March through May that the auto maker had not logged on its books because they had not been released ...

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