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US: Ford needs 850 new workers for 2015 F-150 production


The second-largest US automaker has announced it would create 850 new factory jobs at its Dearborn, Michigan, facilities to boost support for the upcoming launch of its all-new aluminum intensive F-150 pickup truck. According to the statement of the company, the new positions are divided among three units: the truck assembly factory gets the bulk (more than 500 employees), about 300 ...
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US: Ford’s aluminum F-150 awareness bigger than expected
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