Ford’s contributions in World War II extended beyond military production on the assembly lines. In 1943, the Ford Motor Company Garden Educational Service was established to assist communities on the home front.
Entrepreneurs going mobile instead of brick and mortar, driving boom in America’s van business
Ford is seeing an additional increase in sales of its Transit van – already America’s top seller – as small business owners rethink traditional models of operation with the rise of an on-demand economy.
For nearly 100 years, the Rouge Center has been a beacon of industrial innovation. Now the team at Dearborn Truck is extending that legacy by showing that toughness and sustainability work hand-in-hand.
Ford’s rapid manufacturing processes, better known as 3D printing, are changing the way engineers develop and test cars. Now the process of creating prototype parts is faster, more flexible and more affordable than ever — and the results are on the road.