Senin, 06 Mei 2013

Ford will add 2.000 new workers in Kansas City

Finance Info-Ford announced it would add 2,000 new workers at a pickup truck factory in Kansas City. Due to the increased demand for trucks in the United States.


As quoted from Inautonews, Thursday (2/5/2013), Ford said it will add 900 new jobs and a third shift at the pickup truck plant in Kansas City that has been producing the F-150 pickup truck, the best-selling vehicle in the u.s. for more than 30 years.


The car manufacturer will add 1,100 jobs in the fourth quarter to prepare for the introduction of a new full size Ford Transit. These changes will increase the number of labor company in Kansas City more than 80 percent.


Ford made this move because sales in the lucrative pickup truck market continued to rise during the last few months. Company executives say, that the truck sales tripled from an increase in the auto industry as a whole.


"There is plenty of room for the housing market because it believed so low in the us," said Joe Hinrichs, Ford's head of operations in North and South America.


Ford factory in Kansas City as one of the latest Ford facilities in the u.s. to run the third shift. When Ford signed a four-year labor agreement with the UAW on 2011 's promise to create or save 12,000 hourly jobs in the region in 2015.

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