Items Tagged with 'Ford'


UAW approves contract with Ford

November 18, 2019
| By AP
DETROIT — Members of the United Auto Workers union at Ford Motor Co. voted to approve a new contract with the company. Read More

Ford and union reach tentative agreement

October 31, 2019
DETROIT — The United Auto Workers union has reached a tentative contract agreement with Ford after three days of intense bargaining. Read More

Experts share AI, advanced manufacturing tips

The Right Place event spotlights strategies for seizing opportunity amid digital disruption.

November 2, 2018
At a recent gathering, presenters challenged manufacturers to embrace digital disruption in a systematic way. Read More

Ford drives City of Tomorrow Challenge into Grand Rapids

June 27, 2018
A new public-private partnership is aiming to engage the public to improve Grand Rapids’ transit infrastructure. Read More

Ford appoints ex-Steelcase exec as president and CEO

May 22, 2017
Ford Motor Company has appointed a former CEO of Steelcase to lead the company. Read More

Rehab company opens clinic at Ford plant

February 17, 2015
A rehab company has expanded its service relationship with Ford Motor Company by establishing a new on-site clinic at one of the automaker’s plants. Read More

Ford exec makes business case for sustainability

June 18, 2014
Ford Motor Co.’s global director of sustainability will visit Grand Rapids next week to discuss making the business case for sustainability at every level of a company — including product development, manufacturing, purchasing, human resources and more — to build support throughout the ranks. Read More

Ford exec to auto suppliers: 'over communicate' on capacity, new technology

March 8, 2013
Jay Moore couldn’t emphasize two-way communication enough in his talk at the largest annual automotive suppliers gathering in western Michigan. Read More

Ford's Mulally stays through 2014, Fields is COO

November 1, 2012
DETROIT – Ford CEO Alan Mulally will lead the company at least through 2014, but it's now clear who will succeed him. Read More