Land Rover to improve quality LONDON — Ford Motor Co. is sending its Land Rover and Range Rover line workers to European Ford, Jaguar and Volvo plants to observe build practices the workers will use to help increase quality and productivity at the Land Rover plant in Solihull, U.K. The 3,000 people will spend 10 to 15 days at the plants over the next six months. While the employees are training, the automaker will be upgrading and modernizing the plant's equipment as part of Ford's £130 ...

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