Automotive Component Holdings inks a memorandum of understanding to sell off another of its former Ford/Visteon parts-making plants, Ward’s learns. The buyer prefers to remain anonymous, says spokeswoman Della DiPietro, who declines to reveal which facility is involved. The sale would reduce the number of remaining ACH plants to four, down from 17 when the umbrella group was formed in 2005, she says. ACH, composed of orphaned manufacturing plants and other facilities Ford acquired ...
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