- All teams working on FF 91 development and build represented at on-site summit for this Hanford factory succes.
- Hanford has met internal milestones, getting one key step closer to the first complete production car, FF 91
- Led by staff at College of the Sequoias, first factory recruits enter California Employment Training Panel (ETP) funded leadership and team training curriculum at Hanford Training Resource Center
HANFORD, AUGUST 28th, 2018 – Following the recent important approvals for business site occupancy and paint shop air permits, Faraday Future (FF) today hosted several key team members in a ceremony to celebrate their first pre-production build of the FF 91 ultra-luxury intelligent EV, built at the Hanford factory.
This first organized worker-management ‘First Pre-Production’ ceremony was designed to give overall status of all aspects of production as the company marks the first ever FF 91 off the line at Hanford. Today’s meeting therefore is as much a milestone about the race toward start of full production of FF 91 as it is a celebration of the teamwork at Hanford that has made this first complete build possible.
As FF is currently hiring on a large scale, a company priority is to emphasize the collaboration recently begun with the College of the Sequoias (Visalia) to execute business-essential training at the state of California’s Hanford Training Resource Center. Each group of skilled FF new hires will consist of 20 to 25 individuals for the 40-hour team-building, decision-making, problem solving, and leadership skills needed in an advanced manufacturing facility. Following this, workers will later take part in further applied manufacturing training on site at the Hanford factory for their respective roles.
FF Senior VP of Manufacturing Dag Reckhorn said, “It is inspirational for us at FF to see all the parts come together for this significant day: the literal parts of the FF 91 from our various on-time supplier partners; the processes and tooling within the Hanford facility itself; and the invaluable training for the essential ‘soft’ skills required for this level of sophisticated teamwork I and others need in our Hanford production teams as we begin creation of our FF 91 for demanding users. The worker training program with College of the Sequoias through the California ETP grant is essential.”