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Ford Generates 10,800 Jobs for Manufacturing The Electric Vehicles And Batteries

Ford Generates 10,800 Jobs for Manufacturing The Electric Vehicles And Batteries

For the past few days, Ford is being criticized by the unemployed employees because Ford announced that the company would close both plants in Gujarat. In the middle of this news, Ford has announced to generate 10800 jobs in Kentucky and Tennessee by 2025 for producing electric vehicles and batteries. Ford and his partner companies say that we will build the three major electric-vehicle battery factories and an auto assembly plant by 2025. It is a dramatic investment in the future of EV technology that will create an estimated 10,800 jobs and shift the automaker's future manufacturing footprint toward the South. These factories will prove the boon to electric vehicles and battery mass production that will fulfil the demand of the economy. It will provide a vast new supply of jobs in which employees have got the huge salary and full-time jobs. Ford is seeking its future in electric vehicles and batteries and turning the drivers’ intentions to use batteries power and electric vehicles in most of the works.

Hurry! New 10800 Jobs in Ford

The United States, for more than a decade, experiences internal power combustion but now it will be in habit of battery power. 

What actions will ford take?

Ford is in the mood to add the 10800 jobs in Kentucky and Tennessee by 2025. For completion of that purpose, Ford and Lincoln have taken an action making factories in North America. Both of them will produce the largest factory that might be the largest factory outlay in the world. Ford will invest the $5.6 billion in rural Stanton, Tennessee, where it will build a factory to produce electric F-Series pickups. BlueOvalSK which is a joint venture will construct a battery factory on the same site near Memphis, plus twin battery plants in Glendale, Kentucky, near Louisville. Ford estimated the Kentucky investment at $5.8 billion and its share of the total would be $7 billion.    

Ford has evaluated 40% to 50% of its U.S. sales will be electric by 2030. As of now, only about 1% of vehicles on America's roads are powered by electricity.