A major automaker is moving some of its production back to the United States.

Officials with the Ford Motor Company says they will move production of Ford's F-650 and F-750 models from Mexico to Ohio.

The two trucks were recently highlighted as a part of a promotion unveiled a "TONKA" version, calling the new vehicle "the ultimate TONKA truck."

The move is the direct result of an agreement that the company reached in 2011 with the United Auto Workers (UAW).  Also included in the plan is a $168-million upgrade to the plant in Avon Lake, Ohio.