DEARBORN – When Ford Motor Co.’s 86-year-old Rouge complex sends its last Mustang off the storied Dearborn Assembly line May 10, some 2,000 hourly and salaried workers will have little time to savor the moment. History aside, about 1,400 of these workers are looking forward to leaving the Rouge’s dingy digs for better-lit, more ergonomically friendly pastures, which lie less than one football field away from Dearborn Assembly’s arthritic operation. Jim Padilla says new Dearborn Truck ...
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