On the heels of a better-than-expected first-quarter financial report, Ford Motor Co. is tweaking its second-quarter production plan for North America. Total output for the quarter of 1,171,000 units virtually was unchanged from that of the prior plan’s 1,171,200 scheduled assemblies, but some output was moved to June from April and May. As a result, Ford now expects to complete 389,000 cars this month instead of the planned 395,000 and May is scheduled at 408,900 vs. the 416,500 ...
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