Mar 28, 2017

Ford to invest $1.2bn in Michigan plants

It said $850m will be spent on retooling its factory in Wayne where Ford plans to build Bronco and Ranger models. Ford will create 130 jobs at its Romeo engine parts plant, it said in a statement. "Big announcement by Ford today. Major investment to be made in three Michigan plants. Car companies coming back to US. JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!". Ford will spend $150m on its Romeo plant to boost its ability to make car parts, and $200m will be ploughed into a new data centre. The $1.2bn total is in addition to $700m to expand Ford's plant at Flat Rock in Michigan, which it announced in January.

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