Unite union leaders and workers at Bridgend Engine Plant will be briefed about discussions with Ford over future investment.
The union and car-maker had private meetings in London on Friday and details of the talks have not been given by either side.
Afterwards, head of Unite Len McCluskey said, “Our concerns in relation to Ford’s commitment to its UK plants, and in particular to the Bridgend engine plant, were set out to the chairman and CEO of Ford Europe.
“It was a frank exchange of views, but Unite impressed upon the Ford team that the UK plants deserve a bright future.”
He will report back to Unite’s convenors and members at Ford about the talks and next stages in the coming weeks.
Ford said afterwards that at the meeting it re-confirmed that Ford is taking the option to invest an initial £100 million of an £181 million approved investment plan.
“We also affirmed that the production volume of engines from Bridgend remains healthy.
“The meeting was constructive and, as is normal practice, we will continue to work with the union and keep them updated on any developments.”