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About The FORD Company
Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford. The company is based in Dearborn, Michigan and has been family owned for more than 100 years. In 1908, Ford introduced the Model T which soon became on of the most popular cars in the world. By the time production had ceased in 1927, Ford had produced over 15 million Model T’s.
Ford quickly became a leader in productivity, technology and employee benefits. Ford offered raised daily pay from $2.34 to $5, reduced the work week from 48 hours to 40 hours, and began to offer profit-sharing. In 1904, Ford became an international name when Ford of Canada was founded, shortly followed by expansion to numerous other countries including Denmark, Germany, Argentina, South Africa and Australia. Today, the Ford Motor Company currently employs approximately 224,000 individuals at 90 plants on six continents.
Over the years, Ford has acquired interest in several other auto makers including Lincoln, Mercury, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Volvo Cars, and Mazda. Today, the Ford line includes over 50 models, ranging from sports cars to sports utility vehicles and pick-up trucks. They have produced many popular models including the Firebird, Mustang, Escort, Taurus, Explorer and the F-series truck, the best-selling truck in America for decades.
In 2008 Ford introduced several models to its line with a focus on fuel efficiency. These models were based on the Ford Flex-Fuel concept and is offered in Ford’s most popular models including the F-150, Focus, Taurus, Ranger, and Explorer among others. Ford has also been developing technology for electric and hybrid alternatives. Ford has announced the debut of a plug-in hybrid by 2012 to rival the Chevy Volt.
In addition to automobile production, Ford was also known for its mass production of the B-24 Liberator bomber during World War I and II. Over the years, Ford also manufactures medium duty trucks through its Blue Diamond Truck Company, a joint venture with Navistar International. These trucks are offered in two series, the F-650 and F-750. The Ford Transit Jumbo Van, a large goods vehicle, is also available in Europe. Ford also previously manufactured tractors until Fiat bought the company in 1993 and changed the name to New Holland. Ford also remains a second stage manufacturer for bus products.
Ford sponsors several sporting events including NASCAR and Formula one races, as well as sporting facilities around the United States, such as the Ford Center in Oklahoma City and Ford Field in Detroit.
Ford has seen a recent downturn due to a reliance on increased competition and sports utility vehicle and truck sales. However, due to the company’s loyal customer base and it’s addition of more fuel efficient vehicles Ford remains ranked the second-largest automobile manufacturer in the United States, and fifth largest manufacturer in the world.