Ford Motor Co. is scrambling to make up production lost because of a four-day shutdown linked to the deaths of two workers at its Cleveland casting plant from Legionnaires' Disease. Cleveland reopened March 20 after a contractor disinfected the facility. Production was scheduled for March 25 at Ford of Canada's Windsor V-8/V-10 engine plant where assembly was disrupted March 19-20 because of the parts shortage. St. Thomas, Ont. assembly resumed work this week (March 26-30) following a ...

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