Ford to return to pre-COVID production rates in U.S. plants by July 6: COO By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Ford’s Farley speaks at the New York Auto Show in New York

DETROIT (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (N:) expects to have its U.S. vehicle assembly plants return by early July to building at the rates they did before the coronavirus pandemic shut down the U.S. auto industry for two months, a top executive said on Wednesday.

“By July 6, we will expect to have all of our U.S. plants operating at pre-COVID patterns,” Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley said on a webcast of a presentation at a Deutsche Bank (DE:) auto conference.

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