Ford Motor Co. is cutting 53,300 units from its first-quarter slate put in place at the beginning of December, a result of slowing sales and bulging dealer inventories. The auto maker now expects to build 694,700 cars and trucks in the quarter, compared with 698,600 completions in the previously planned schedule that didn’t include the bulk of production for newly launched Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX cross/utility vehicles in Canada. Related document: North America Production Schedule Q1 – ...
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