Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Kasich helps Ford move truck production out of Mexico and into Ohio

Yesterday, we talked about how the Kasich administration approved incentive for 30 new jobs projects.  Another one of the big projects included will secure the future of jobs at Ford's Avon Lake assembly plant. With the new incentives, Ford actually plans on bringing medium duty truck production out of Mexico and to Ohio. From the Lorain Morning Journal:
“Their visit will highlight the importance of the partnership with our state and local governments in moving production of the F-650 and F-750 from Mexico to our facility,” the plant advisory said. “We are also insourcing the F53 motor home chassis and F59 commercial stripped chassis production from an outside supplier.

“Furthermore, your ongoing commitment to delivering a high quality product to our customers is making this investment possible,” the plant advisory said. “We want to thank all of you for your contributions in securing the future of the Ohio Assembly Plant.”

Also courtesy of the Morning Journal, here is some video of Governor Kasich at the plant.

Score another winner for Ohio jobs.

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