Ford announces re-shoring of engine manufacturing jobs

Posted by LDonia on 02/22/2013

Ford announced this week that it would begin manufacturing EcoBoost engines for the North American market in Ohio. Previously workers in Spain built these engines. This move means 450 new manufacturing jobs for Cleveland. VIDEO: See below-- Ford's Joe Hinrichs explains the decision to CNN's Ali Velshi, and details the company's commitment to investing $6 billion in U.S. manufacturing over the next two years.

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