Ford, the world’s leading automotive manufacturer, has decided to suspend production in some of its factories in North America due to a problem in the supply of chips.
According to Ford’s statement, production at the Chicago plant will be shut down from July 5 to 26, while the F-150 production line in Kansas will be shut down for 2 weeks next month. Production at the Michigan plant will also stop for 2 weeks.
DEFECTS COST $2.5 BILLION
Ford announced that $ 2.5 billion in costs occurred this year due to problems in the supply chain, and vehicle production halved in the second quarter.