Here is one Article dated way back on March 1:
WASHINGTON -- Ford Motor Co. won a court order Wednesday to force a
supplier of diesel engines to resume shipments to Ford's Louisville,
Ky., truck plant, though operations will remain reduced until at least
In a three-page ruling, Oakland County Circuit Judge John McDonald
issued a temporary restraining order requiring Navistar International
Corp. to resume production and shipment of its 6.4-liter diesel Ford
PowerStroke engines used in Ford F-Series Super-Duty trucks. The
supplier stopped shipping engines Monday over a pricing and warranty
Ford spokeswoman Becky Sanch said it would be at least until next week
that Ford returns to full speed.
Earlier, Ford said it would reduce shifts today, close the plant
Friday and operate one shift daily beginning Monday until Ford begin
receiving engines on a timely basis.............
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