Each month of October marks the start of the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. In order to encourage women and raise their awareness on the importance of early detection and of psychological support from the family in the healing process, each year, Ford tells the story of the remarkable journeys of these persons, who thanks to their courage and determination have succeeded in overcoming this disease.
Ford is continuing to streamline and transform its global business, making changes in how the company is organized and operates to deliver executional excellence that benefits customers and delivers sustained profitable growth.
The COVID-19 crisis has presented new challenges for mobility, with social distancing impacting public transportation, the flow of traffic being affected by more deliveries, and increasing concerns regarding personal health and well-being.
The Ford Volunteer Corps is pivoting to give employees new ways to safely give back as part of Global Caring Month – Ford Motor Company’s 30-day concentrated focus on community service that happens each September.
The Ford GT is America’s only Le Mans-winning supercar, and taking this pinnacle of Ford Performance even further for 2021, Ford is revealing two new enhancements – the first-ever Heritage Edition inspired by the original model’s first endurance win at the 1966 Daytona 24 Hour Continental race, plus an all-new Studio Collection package offers even more exclusivity and design enhancements.
What inspires you to go to work every day?
For Stephen Cooper, the Voice Recognition Features Lead – SYNC 3, inspiration comes from knowing his friends and family are safe from the perils of distracted driving partly in thanks to his contributions to the SYNC system.
Ford Motor Company today announced that Jim Hackett, who has led the company’s transformation since 2017, plans to retire from the company. Jim Farley has been named the company’s new president and CEO and will join the board of directors, effective Oct. 1.
Due to COVID-19 guidelines more people are cleaning their hands with sanitiser when they get back in vehicles after essential journeys. This is good for the owner’s health, but it could be bad for the interior. Chemicals like ethanol in hand sanitisers can react with surfaces, causing them to wear prematurely unless they are protected by special finishes.