Interview with Kirk Born from Ford Motor Company about their involvement in humanitarian aid

Interview with Kirk Born from Ford Motor Company about their involvement in humanitarian aid

Tell us about Ford Motor Company:

The Ford Motor Company (Ford) is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit.  It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. The Company sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and luxury cars under the Lincoln brand.

What is the latest product/service you are currently working on? What makes it stand out?

Later this year, Ford will unveil its new tougher and smarter Ford Ranger, setting a new benchmark in the pickup truck segment with an uncompromised blend of robust capability, craftsmanship and advanced technology.  An updated range of the truck will take on the world in more than 180 markets worldwide.  Ford will also introduce a new Ford Everest.  The new Ford Everest was designed from the ground up with the durability to take on the most inhospitable environments. One of the toughest SUVs in its segment, the Everest has a true body-on-frame design, assuring the torsional strength required for challenging terrains. Together with an intelligent four-wheel drive system, an active transfer case with Torque on Demand and a Terrain Management System, the new Everest helps drivers navigate difficult terrain with ease.

How big is For Motor Company involvement in humanitarian aid and disaster response today? What kind of aid can/do you provide?

Ford Motor Company has developed vehicles that customers desire and value for over a century.  Consistent with our heritage, Ford is dedicated to the Aid & Development sector providing a full array of quality cars, trucks, vans and utility vehicles to support your transportation needs helping you “Go Further.”


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