Ford receives $101 million in Michigan incentives

Ford was awarded an incentive package of $101 million to promote growth in Michigan.

Incentives worth a total of $101 million were approved by the legislature of the state of Michigan for Ford Motor Company as part of a project that is anticipated to result in the creation of 3,030 new jobs and an investment of $1.16 billion in various manufacturing facilities located throughout the state.

Ford receives $101 million in Michigan incentives

Ford receives $101 million in Michigan incentives

The incentive, which is financed by taxes, will be paid out in stages, and receipt is contingent on Ford fulfilling the employment objectives to which it has committed.

The permission granted by the state Senate Appropriations Committee a week ago was the last requirement that needed to be met before Ford could begin receiving the funds.

This news comes shortly after the company announced intentions to spend $3.7 billion in manufacturing operations throughout the states of Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri, ultimately leading to the creation of 6,300 new jobs in the Midwest.

At the meeting of the committee, Bruno said that “public-private partnerships like the one that we are considering here today are crucial” in order to maintain Michigan’s position as the leader in automobile production.

According to Ford’s Director of Economic Development, Gabby Bruno, the additional investments would enable the carmaker to roughly increase production of Ford’s all-electric truck, the F-150 Lightning, in Dearborn. Dearborn is the location where manufacturing will take place.

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Ford was awarded an incentive package of $101 million to promote growth in Michigan.

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