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Ford plant to cut shift

Ford Motor Co. will cut production to one shift at its Michigan Truck Plant in the second quarter of 2007, citing declining demand for the big sport utility vehicles assembled there.
Michigan Truck, which makes the Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs, is the largest Ford assembly plant in Michigan. The factory, located in Wayne, was once the most profitable automotive plant in the world, generating $10 billion in revenue annually as SUV sales soared in the late 1990s.
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