Ford Motor will stop production at Michigan plant, due to chip shortage

According to the latest report, due to a continued shortage of chips, Ford Motor will suspend production at a Michigan plant that produces Mustang models next week.

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On Thursday, Ford said in a statement that global semiconductor shortages continue to affect Ford’s North American plants, “Our teams are working on ways to maximize production and are committed to building every high-demand vehicle for our customers. and achieve the quality they expect.”

In addition to Flat Rock’s assembly plant, Ford’s other North American plants will all be running next week. Production of the 2022 Ford Mustang began at the Ford plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, in January, but production has been halted several times this year due to supply chain constraints. Ford’s plants in Ohio and Kentucky also stopped production at one point this year.


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