An unprecedented production disruption engineered by Greenpeace could be the first in a string of protests involving SUV plants. Some 35 members of the environmental group on May 16 walked into Ford Motor Co.'s Land Rover Solihull assembly plant in the U.K. wearing Greenpeace's trademark orange jumpsuits and proceeded to lock themselves to unfinished Range Rovers and assembly machinery less than 30 minutes prior to the start of the 7:30 a.m. shift. The group targeted Land Rover due to ...

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