Ford Shuts Down Expedition and Navigator Plant for Nine-Weeks…Slow Sales

Ford has announced plans to temporarily shut down the Michigan Truck Plant in Wayne that currently produces the Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs.

The plant is going to close on June 23rd and not reopen until August 25th. Expedition sales were off 31 percent in the first five months of the year and the Navigator’s sales are off 22 percent.

The factory currently has 1,400 employees. The employees will get 95 percent of their pay during the time that the plant is closed.

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