In line with Ford, the rail blockade in Mexico close to the U.S. border is affecting operations

© Reuters. The Ford sign is pictured in a car dealership in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Ford's Mexican entity announced on Wednesday that a rail blockade in the Mexican border state of Sonora is affecting the operation of the Hermosillo plant in the same state and affecting imports and exports to and from the United States.

"The recent blockage of the rail network in Guaymas, Sonora, has affected the operation of our Hermosillo plant," said Ford in an emailed statement. "We are currently facing a situation that affects imports and exports."

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