Touring the Ford F150 Factory

It was a rare opportunity that photos were permitted while touring Ford’s assembly plan in Dearborn, Michigan.

Where the F150s come from.

Natural light streams in through skylights, and there are no uniforms – employees can wear whatever they wish.

There are 1,000 workers on the floor at any time, and the place runs 24-hours/day.

Read it online at Autonet.

Favourite line:

There are robots workers too, and the two that install windshields even have names – Bumper and Blinker. 


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