Company Overview of Ford Motor (China) Ltd.
Ford Motor (China), Ltd. builds, imports, and sells cars in the Peoples Republic of China. It also operates dealerships and offers care services. Ford Motor (China), Ltd. has a research and engineering center in Chongqing, the Peoples Republic of China. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Shanghai, the Peoples Republic of China. Ford Motor (China), Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Ford Motor Co.
221 Century Boulevard
Shanghai Information Tower
Pudong New District
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for Ford Motor (China) Ltd.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President of Asia Pacific & Africa - Ford Motor Company and Group Vice President of Ford Group
Executive Vice President of Asia Pacific & Africa Operations
Vice President of Communications of China Operation
Director of Investor Relations for Ford Motor Co
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Ford Motor (China) Ltd. Key Developments
Ford Motor (China) Ltd. Announces Sales Results for the Month and Year Ended December 2015
Jan 8 16
Ford Motor (China) Ltd. announced sales results for the month and year ended December 2015. The company announced annual sales reached 1,115,124 vehicles, up 3% compared to 1,082,401 vehicles in 2014.
The company reported December monthly sales with 124,768 vehicles sold, up 27% from 98,009 vehicles in December 2014.
Ford China Appoints Joseph Liu as Vice-President of Marketing and Sales
Aug 12 15
Ford has appointed Joseph Liu to head its marketing and sales in China. The appointment as vice-president of marketing and sales is effective from 1 August 2015. Liu was earlier with Shanghai General Motors (GM) and played an instrumental role in the success of the Buick brand in China. He retired from Shanghai GM in 2014 as executive vice-president.
Ford China Opens New Engine Facility in Jiangxi
Jun 15 15
Ford China has started production at its new engine manufacturing factory in Jiangxi province. Ford has invested nearly USD 190 million in the facility, which can produce up to 200,000 engines a year. Nearly half of the annual production can be channeled to manufacture turbocharged, fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines. This is Ford's seventh engine plant in China and is the last under the automaker's five-year business plan. The opening of the new plant is likely to help the automaker in increasing local content in its vehicles. At the same time, it will help in improving fuel efficiency and bringing down emission levels of Ford vehicles.
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