In a media briefing on Wednesday, Ford executives said the May 2 fire at the Meridian Magnesium Products plant in Eaton Rapids, Michigan, affected several automakers, but its team was the first to enter the fire-damaged plant "while it was still smoldering".
The No. 2 USA automaker also said production would resume on Monday at a second F-150 plant in Kansas City, Missouri, as well as its F-series Super Duty truck plant in Louisville, Kentucky.
Ford teams, together with suppliers including Walbridge and other contractors, worked almost around the clock to get America's best-selling vehicle franchise back on line as quickly as possible, according to a release.
"While the situation remains extremely dynamic, our teams are focused on returning our plants to full production as fast as possible", Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of global operations, said in the statement.
Ford stopped making the big pickup trucks at KTP on May 5 following a fire at a supplier plant in MI. The plant makes structural parts with about one-third going to Ford. However, Ford and its suppliers managed to cut the total time for the entire move to 30 hours, including trans-Atlantic flight time.
A 2018 Ford F-150 "King Ranch" pickup truck is displayed during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, US, January 10, 2017.
Messi: Neymar joining Real Madrid would be 'terrible'
However, a return to La Liga does look convincing for the winger. "Today, my goal is the World Cup, not to talk about transfers". Messi, who is now in South Africa to face Premiership Champions Mamelodi Sundowns, played for four seasons with Neymar at Barca.
Video shows teacher drowning animals in front of class
She said they raise chicken, and her son said the teacher killed the raccoons because they had eaten one of the chickens. So they trapped the animals, and then placed the trapped animals inside a garbage bin filled with water.
Senate passes N9.1trn 2018 Budget
In his remark, Senator Lane Tejuoso, expressed delight over the consideration of the Senate to implement the National Health Act. The Nigerian Senate on Tuesday finally laid the 2018 appropriation bill after postponing it in the past two different times.