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Aaron McKey

Global PTO Prototype Manager

Ford Motor Company

HQ Phone:  (313) 322-3000

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Ford Motor Company

One American Road

Dearborn, Michigan,48121

United States

Company Description

Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Mich., manufactures and distributes automobiles in 200 markets across six continents. With nearly 325,000 employees and 110 plants worldwide, the company's core and affiliated automotiv... more.

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FORD'S EXPANDED WINDSOR OPERATIONS TO PRODUCE NEW TRITON V-8 ENGINE

www.fordtruckenthusiasts.com [cached]

Although full production occurs in 2003, plant manager Aaron McKey has confirmed that limited assembly of a three-valve V-8 engine for the Ford Falcon range in Australia is already under way. "Canadian-built engines are powering the impressive new Ford Falcon a world away in Australia.By next year, our engines will also be powering the next generation of the best- selling Ford F-150 pickup.These are significant pride points for the 2,000 men and women employed at Essex Engine Plant," said McKey. The new TritonTM engine represents the first V-8 power plant produced at Essex Engine Plant.It will be added to Essex' current production of the split-port 3.8-litre V-6 engine for the Ford Windstar and Mustang, and the split-port, 4.2-litre V-6 engine for the F-150 pickup. Across town, Windsor Engine Plant has increased in size by some 25 percent, having received a 48,000m2 (530,000 ft2) facility expansion. The 2,400 employees at Windsor Engine Plant are primarily involved in the assembly of Ford's TritonTM family of 4.6- and 5.4-litre V-8, and 6.8-litre V-10 engines and the precision machining of several engine components such as cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, camshafts, crankshafts and connecting rods.


Daily News

www.mro-esource.com [cached]

Although full production occurs in 2003, plant manager Aaron McKey has confirmed that limited assembly of a three-valve V-8 engine for the Ford Falcon range in Australia is already under way. "Canadian-built engines are powering the new Ford Falcon a world away in Australia.Our engines will also be powering the next generation of the best-selling Ford F-150 pickup.These are significant pride points for the 2,000 men and women employed at the Essex Engine Plant," said McKey. Across town, the Windsor Engine Plant has increased in size by some 25 per cent, having received a 48,000 sq m (530,000 sq ft) facility expansion. The 2,400 employees at the Windsor Engine Plant are primarily involved in the assembly of Ford's Triton family of 4.6- and 5.4-litre V-8, and 6.8-litre V-10 engines and the precision machining of several engine components such as cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, camshafts, crankshafts and connecting rods.The recent expansion provides for the assembly of 650,000 sets of cylinder heads and camshafts, plus the machining of additional cylinder heads, for the new TritonV-8.


News Releases - Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

www.fordcanada.com [cached]

Although full production occurs in 2003, plant manager Aaron McKey has confirmed that limited assembly of a three-valve V-8 engine for the Ford Falcon range in Australia is already under way. "Canadian-built engines are powering the impressive new Ford Falcon a world away in Australia.By next year, our engines will also be powering the next generation of the best-selling Ford F-150 pickup.These are significant pride points for the 2,000 men and women employed at Essex Engine Plant," said McKey. The new TritonTM engine represents the first V-8 power plant produced at Essex Engine Plant.It will be added to Essex' current production of the split-port 3.8-litre V-6 engine for the Ford Windstar and Mustang, and the split-port, 4.2-litre V-6 engine for the F-150 pickup. Across town, Windsor Engine Plant has increased in size by some 25 percent, having received a 48,000m2 (530,000 ft2) facility expansion. The 2,400 employees at Windsor Engine Plant are primarily involved in the assembly of Ford's TritonTM family of 4.6- and 5.4-litre V-8, and 6.8-litre V-10 engines and the precision machining of several engine components such as cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, camshafts, crankshafts and connecting rods.


11/05/2002 - Ford's Expanded Windsor Operations To Produce New Triton V-8 Engine .: News

www.ford-trucks.com [cached]

Although full production occurs in 2003, plant manager Aaron McKey has confirmed that limited assembly of a three-valve V-8 engine for the Ford Falcon range in Australia is already under way. "Canadian-built engines are powering the impressive new Ford Falcon a world away in Australia.By next year, our engines will also be powering the next generation of the best- selling Ford F-150 pickup.These are significant pride points for the 2,000 men and women employed at Essex Engine Plant," said McKey.


News Releases - Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

www.buyerconnectioncanada.ford.com [cached]

Although full production occurs in 2003, plant manager Aaron McKey has confirmed that limited assembly of a three-valve V-8 engine for the Ford Falcon range in Australia is already under way. "Canadian-built engines are powering the impressive new Ford Falcon a world away in Australia.By next year, our engines will also be powering the next generation of the best-selling Ford F-150 pickup.These are significant pride points for the 2,000 men and women employed at Essex Engine Plant," said McKey. The new TritonTM engine represents the first V-8 power plant produced at Essex Engine Plant.It will be added to Essex' current production of the split-port 3.8-litre V-6 engine for the Ford Windstar and Mustang, and the split-port, 4.2-litre V-6 engine for the F-150 pickup. Across town, Windsor Engine Plant has increased in size by some 25 percent, having received a 48,000m2 (530,000 ft2) facility expansion. The 2,400 employees at Windsor Engine Plant are primarily involved in the assembly of Ford's TritonTM family of 4.6- and 5.4-litre V-8, and 6.8-litre V-10 engines and the precision machining of several engine components such as cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, camshafts, crankshafts and connecting rods.


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