USA: Ford's New Jersey Factory Workers Speed Tires to Dealers and Customers
Employees at Ford Motor Company's Edison Assembly Plant are returning to work early to help speed delivery of replacement tires to area dealers and customers. The Edison facility, where the popular Ford Ranger pickup truck is assembled, closed Monday for two weeks to free up 15-inch tires that would normally be used for new trucks. Instead, they will go to customers impacted by the Firestone recall.
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