Ford Ranger Production Begins in Michigan
IncSmart Michigan (Small Business and Startups) - The new Ford Ranger begins production Wayne Michigan.  This is another exciting comeback in Michigan story. The Wayne plant use to produce the Ford Focus and the C-Max.  There are still no plans to sell the Rangers in the United States at this time.  The Wayne plant first opened in 1957.  Bringing the plant back to life with the Ranger was a collaboration between Ford and the United Auto Workers Union.  The secret meetings started in 1915.  

The Ranger should arrive in show rooms in January after a seven year hiatus from manufacturing them in  the United States.  They are retooling the Wayne plant to secure good paying jobs for the Ford hourly employees.  So far Ford has invested over $800 million in the 400 acre plant.  A fully loaded Ford Ranger will run $45,000.00.  Wayne is a suburb of Detroit, about 10 miles east of the city.  Wayne County unemployment rate is 6.8 percent, from it's high of 19% in 2009. 

By IncSmart Staff Writer

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