Ford Bringing Even More Jobs to America

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The Ford Motor Co. announced Thursday that it’s likely it will exceed it’s hiring goals of 12,000 new employees. Record profits and huge demands are helping Ford continue to grow and grow.

In 2011, Ford and United Auto Workers Union committed to hire more than 12,000 new workers by 2015. Ford announced Thursday it has already completed 75 percent of this goals, and is likely to exceed this goal soon.

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Nissan Creating 900 American Jobs

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The Nissan Rogue will now be built in America.

Nissan is adding 900 manufacturing jobs to the Smyrna, Tenn. Vehicle Assembly Plant, and the Nissan Rogue will now be built in America.

The announcement came at Nissan’s 30-year anniversary celebration in the United States.

The new Nissan Rogue will be produced in the United States for the first time.

“Our investment creates hundreds of new jobs and underscores Nissan’s longtime commitment to our employees and expanding operations around the country,” said Senior Vice President of Manufacturing Bill Krueger. “Our dedicated workforce in the United States continues to build high-quality vehicles, such as the Altima, Pathfinder and LEAF, which are driving growth with sales up a combined 70 percent in May.”

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Ford Announces New Jobs in Cleveland

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Ford announced it will create 450 new jobs in Cleveland building the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. The engine is already found in the 2013 Ford Escape.

The Ford Motor Co. announced Thursday it is expanding production and adding new jobs to the EcoBoost Engine Production Plant in Cleveland.

Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of The Americas, spoke at the Cleveland, Ohio plant Thursday. Ford will invest nearly $200 million and add 450 jobs at the Cleveland Engine Plant. The workers will build the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine, which is in 95 percent of the Ford lineup.

“This is our One Ford plan at its best – giving customers the power of choice to decide which fuel-efficient engine is best tailored to their needs,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of The Americas. “Cleveland Engine Plant was the first to produce EcoBoost engines and will continue to be a cornerstone of Ford’s strategy to deliver affordable fuel economy for millions.”

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Honda Celebrates 30 Year in Ohio

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Honda is celebrating 30 years in America this November. This 2013 Honda Accord is the most current version of that first Ohio model from 1982.

It was 30 years ago this month that Honda rolled the first Accord off their Ohio Assembly Line.

30 years later, Honda is one of the most respected automakers in America, and they are celebrating their continued development in the Buckeye State.

The Detroit Free Press chronicled  the relationship between Ohio and Honda, saying “Honda’s Ohio plant changed competitive landscape in America.”

It was in Marysville, Ohio where the first American Honda rolled off the lot.

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