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UAW And Ford Executives Shake Hands Today At Ford World Headquarters To Begin Negotiations For The 2019 Contract

Gary Jones, president UAW International, (left) and Bill Ford, executive chairman, Ford Motor Company, shake hands today at Ford World Headquarters to begin negotiations for the 2019 contract.
  • During the course of the 2015 contract, Ford exceeded its contract commitments, investing more than $9 billion in its U.S. plants and creating or retaining more than 8,500 U.S. hourly jobs
  • Ford has more U.S. hourly UAW-represented workers than any other automaker and builds more vehicles in the U.S. than any other automaker
  • Approximately 82 percent of the vehicles Ford sells in the U.S. are built in the U.S., significantly higher than any other automaker

2019 UAW-Ford Negotiations Media Fact Guide

DEARBORN, MI, July 15, 2019 – UAW and Ford executives shake hands today at Ford World Headquarters to begin negotiations for the 2019 contract. During the course of the 2015 contract, Ford exceeded its contract commitments, investing more than $9 billion in its U.S. plants and creating or retaining more than 8,500 U.S. hourly jobs. Ford has more U.S. hourly UAW-represented workers than any other automaker and builds more vehicles in the U.S. than any other automaker. Approximately 82 percent of the vehicles Ford sells in the U.S. are built in the U.S., significantly higher than any other automaker.

 

 

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