Hundreds of Ford Workers Are Sent to Build More F-150 Lightning Cars

Ford has confirmed plans to move 800 factory workers from the Dearborn Truck Plant to the nearby Rouge Power Plant in the coming months to build more F-150 pickup trucks. Per da Detroit Free PressDemand for the electric truck was so high that the Blue Oval decided it needed more workers in addition to the 300 new hourly workers who would soon be hired at the facility. Rouge. The era of the BEV truck is on the rise.

“With the new hiring plan, Ford will have approximately 1,800 workers building the F-150 Lightning against three employees. At the same time, we will build gas-powered F-150s with even 2,600 workers on two shifts at the Dearborn Truck Plant and 2,800 people on three shifts at the Kansas City Assembly Plant,” said a Ford spokesman. “This will give Ford maximum production and flexibility to meet the demand for America’s best-selling gas and electric vehicles.”

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