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Ford has announced today that is making a $1.2 Billion investment in three plants around Michigan. The investment will help to make their plants stronger and allow them to hire more people at a plant.

The $1.2 Billion will be split up with $850 million will go to the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, MI. The investment will allow the plant to build new models of Ford Ranger and Bronco, which will begin production in 2018 and 2020 respectively.

Ford will also be putting $200 million toward an advanced data center, which would make it the second data center in Michigan. Finally they will also be investing $700 million in the plant and adding 700 new jobs at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant this year. To see more about the investment LSJ has it here.