Ford CEO Jim Farley said that the automaker is working to get production and deliveries back to full capacity after ratifying its contract with the UAW.
Farley believes the plants in Michigan, Kentucky, and Illinois that were affected by the UAW’s strike are “on track to reach full production schedules in the coming days.”
Ford was one of three large automakers, including General Motors and Stellantis, to feel the effects of the strike that the UAW performed in an effort to see wage increases and more flexibility with scheduling.
The stoppage in production put the three companies at a crossroads, especially as harsh economic conditions have continued to plague nearly every company, regardless of their sector, on Earth.
Terms were finally agreed upon, and Ford is working to get its more than 57,000…