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Ford accelerates return to pre-crisis production levels

Ford began to resume U.S. production on May 18. The company said it implemented “robust safety and care measures globally to help support a safe and healthy environment for the company’s workforce.”

DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. will return to pre-coronavirus levels of U.S. vehicle production two weeks ahead of schedule, the company said Friday.

The automaker is expected to run normal shift patterns at all of its U.S. assembly plants starting Monday, June 22, ahead of the original target of July 6.

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