ABB Robotics wins Ford manufacturing excellence awardby Canadian Plastics
ABB’s award-winning system will soon be installed at Ford’s assembly plant in Essex, Ont.
Ford bringing Ranger back to U.S. market?by Canadian Plastics
The Associated Press says the company is negotiating with the UAW about manufacturing the truck at a factory in Wayne, Mich.
Ford’s new Lincoln Continental will be built in Detroit plantby Canadian Plastics
Plant in Flat Rock suburb currently builds the Ford Mustang sports car and the Ford Fusion sedan.
Ford to double the number of auto parts procured from Moroccoby Canadian Plastics
Ford Motor Co. plans to double the amount of parts purchased in the North African kingdom of Morocco, and has established a sales office in that country. The expansion of Ford’s presence in Morocco is the latest boost to the…
Dow, Ford partner for cost-effective auto-grade carbon fibreby Canadian Plastics
In a bid to make vehicles more lightweight, DowAksa – a 50/50 joint venture between The Dow Chemical Co. and Turkish acrylic fibres producer Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.Ş – is partnering with Ford Motor Co. to research cost-effective, high-volume…
Ford’s GT supercar to be built in Markham, Ont.by Canadian Plastics
Ford Motor Company has tapped a Canadian company to build the GT, an iconic American “supercar”. Because the car will have a carbon fiber body, Ford is turning to Markham, Ont.-based Multimatic Inc. to make the two-door, mid-engined 600-plus-hp car.…
Magna, Ford help startups with tech mentor programby Canadian Plastics
Aurora, Ont.-based auto parts supplier Magna International Inc. is partnering with Ford Motor Co., Verizon Telematics, Inc. and Techstars, a mentor-driven seed stage investment organization, to launch a program designed to assist startup companies. Called “Techstars Mobility, driven by Detroit”,…