Ford, the commercial vehicle leader for 32 years**, is announcing updates to its broad commercial vehicle lineup and introducing programs dedicated to its fleet and commercial customers this week at The Work Truck Show, America’s largest work truck event.
As manufacturing continues to become greener, Ford Motor Company is going further to shrink its environmental footprint by sharing even more leading sustainability practices with its suppliers around the globe.
With its focus on being a good corporate citizen, Ford Motor Company has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the eighth straight year – the longest streak for any auto manufacturer.
Ford and its joint ventures in China sold 64,641 vehicles in February, up 2 percent compared to February 2016. Sales in the first two months for Ford, including JVs Changan Ford Automobile and Jiangling Motor Corporation, totaled more than 153,000 vehicles, a 21 percent decrease.
Ford Motor Company is exploring how large-scale one-piece auto parts, like spoilers, could be printed for prototyping and future production vehicles, as the first automaker to pilot the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer.