Searching for ways to try and meet demand for its hot-selling trucks, Ford Motor Co. says it is looking at increasing line speeds at North American plants that build F-Series pickups, Rangers and Excursions in hopes of squeezing out more capacity. “All of those (F-Series, Ranger, Excursion) are under study,” says Ford Div. President Jim O'Connor. “We don't believe we need to add a lot.” Mr. O'Connor concedes General Motors Corp. will be able to build about 120,000 more full-size pickups ...
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