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In March, Ford Motor Co. fleet executives announced their plans for a four-phase roll out of the 2015 Transit. In April, production of Ford’s biggest commercial vehicle launch began at its assembly plant in Kansas City, Missouri, which was revamped at cost of over $1 billion in a move that Governor Jay Nixon called a “historic investment in Missouri.” In June, Ford began selling the first 2015 Transit commercial vans to fleets in the United States.

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\r\nIn March, Ford Motor Co. fleet executives announced their plans for a four-phase roll out of the 2015 Transit. In April, production of Ford’s biggest commercial vehicle launch began at its assembly plant in Kansas City, Missouri, which was revamped at cost of over $1 billion in a move...