Statement from UAW Vice President Chuck Browning, Director of the UAW Ford Department on UAW Made Ford Pro E-Transit Van Production

  Detroit – “Today’s announcement that the 2022 Ford Pro E-Transit vans are shipping to customers marks the beginning of a new era emerging from the Kansas City Assembly Plant,” said Chuck Browning, UAW Vice President and Director, Ford Department. “By producing both gas and electric versions of America’s best-selling commercial van, members in Claycomo

Statement by UAW Vice President Chuck Browning Director of the UAW Ford Department on Ford’s Yearly Earnings Report and Profit Sharing Estimate

Detroit – UAW Ford members worked diligently and remained dedicated to produce the finest built products in the world during a year that presented great challenges due to the pandemic and unprecedented supply chain issues. Their contributions to Ford Motor Company’s profits under such conditions are to be commended and our members should be very proud

Ford Announces $250 Million Investment in EVs, Creating 450 UAW Jobs

Today, Ford announced a $250 million investment in three Michigan plants, which will create 450 new UAW jobs. Ford says the investment will help increase production and meet consumer demand for the new F-150 Lightning. “Today’s announcement is a great example of the right way to navigate the transition to tomorrow’s vehicles by ensuring good-paying

Juneteenth Letter from UAW and Ford

A culture of belonging and caring for each other starts with each one of us. In honor of Juneteenth, on Friday, June 18, we are inviting you to acknowledge and celebrate an important moment in U.S. history. Juneteenth is a date of major significance in American history and recognized as a moment of celebration in

Statement on Protocols After Meeting With the COVID-19 Task Force

Detroit – Out of an abundance of caution, the COVID-19 Joint Task Force, comprised of the UAW, Ford, General Motors and Stellantis, has decided to continue to require workers to wear masks at the worksite until the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issues guidelines in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s

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