Ford Invests $4.7B to  Plants & Add 6,200 Employe

Improve Manufacturing

The legacy OEM also plans

 to invest another $1 billion in the next five years to improve the workplace environment in its factories

Ford also expects its

 $3.7 billion investment to indirectly generate an estimated 74,000 new jobs in the U.S.

The traditional automaker plans

 to convert 3,000 temporary employees into permanent full-time workers with immediate health benefits

“Ford is America’s Number 1 employer

 of hourly autoworkers, and this investment only deepens our commitment to building great new vehicles – from an all-new Mustang to new EVs – right here in the U.S.

Said Bill Ford,

 “I am proud that we are investing in the Midwest and taking real action to provide better benefits and working conditions for our workers on the plant floor.”

The automaker and the UAW supported

Bill Ford’s words by announcing new vehicles, plant investments, and workplace improvements before formally agreeing on a new union contract.

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