Ford and the railroad industry have created a more cost-effective way to get the Transit into the hands of customers.
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This year, Ford looks to add 200,000 vehicles worth of capacity to its 9 to 5 work shifts, as well as produce an additional 40,000 units by keeping select plants open an extra week during the company’s traditional two-week summer shutdown schedule.
When walking up to your vehicle with a handful of groceries there's nothing more annoying then setting everything down to dig your keys out of your pocket.
Ford starts production on the new Transit van and adds 2,000 new jobs to its Kansas City assembly plant.