Ford Spends $1 Billion in Chicago Factories
Ford Motor is shelling out $1B for its Chicago Assembly and Chicago Stamping factories to make way for manufacturing the redesigned Police Interceptor, Explorer, and the new Lincoln Aviator crossover. This will consequently offer about 500 new full-time jobs. The said factories shall be retooled starting March for their 2020 model-year cars. Ford is also thinking about adding new stamping lines and a new body and paint shop. The American carmaker will also spend $40 million just for staff-relevant upgrades, such as new LED lights, new break rooms, a nice cafeteria, and parking lot security personnel. This is expected to be finished around spring time. Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of global operations, made the announcement about this mega investment at the Chicago Auto Show together with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Read more on Auto News.
Photo credit: Mike Mozart via Flickr.
Thankfully, you never need to spend a billion dollar to ensure your record-keeping is neat, organized and on point. Using The Donkey's auto deal jackets, you can easily store crucial information about your vehicles, such as model year, condition, brand, cost, etc. They are offered in many variants to fit whatever your dealership needs and prefer. Place an order today!