Category: 2002 News

10/02/2002 – International Truck and Engine Corporation Celebrates Milestone…

Source: International Truck and Engine WARRENVILLE , Ill. (October 2, 2002) -International Truck and Engine Corporation produced its two millionth V-8 diesel engine at the company’s Indianapolis Engine Plant on August 18, 1.8 million of which are Ford-branded Power Stroke Diesel engines for F-Series Super Duty pickups, Econoline vans and Excursion SUVs. The International T [...] More »

12/03/2002 – New Dearborn Truck Plant Herals Era Of Lean, Flexible Manufacturing

Source: Ford Motor Company NEW DEARBORN TRUCK PLANT HERALDS ERA OF LEAN, FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING Flexible vehicle assembly and lean principles will reach new milestones at the Dearborn Truck Plant. The innovations being implemented will establish a new era in manufacturing, efficiency and workplace culture.” Anne Stevens, Vice President Ford North America Vehicle Operations DEARBORN, Mich., [...] More »

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Source: Ford Motor Company FORD F-SERIES SUPER DUTY GIVES CUSTOMERS POWER AND STYLE “F-Series Super Duty is the toughest of the tough trucks. We have combined brute capability with performance. This truck is going to do the job for the customer, no matter how big or small the job is.” – Steve Lyons, Ford Division [...] More »

12/03/2002 – Ford’s New Flexible Assembly System Will Save Up To $2 Billion Over 10 Years

Source: Ford Motor Company DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 3, 2002 — Ford’s three plants producing the all-new 2004 F-150 in Norfolk, Va., Kansas City, Mo., and Dearborn, Mich. will lead the company’s roll out of its new flexible assembly system. Consider equipment changeovers that once took months being accomplished in days. That’s what will happen with [...] More »

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