In a strategic move to align production with customer demand, Ford Motor Company has announced a reduction in production for its all-electric F-150 Lightning pickup. The decision, impacting 1,400 workers in Dearborn, aims to optimize manufacturing operations in response to evolving market conditions. While the adjustment at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center results in a single shift, Ford is concurrently increasing the workforce at its Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, emphasizing a shift in focus to other high-demand models.
- Production Cut for F-150 Lightning: Ford's decision to scale. . .