- Back in February of 2019, Ford announced that it would be closing its São Bernardo do Campo Plant in Brazil. Months later, the automaker officially shut the plant’s doors for good, and it’s been trying to sell the facility ever since. In September, reports indicated that Ford had found a buyer for the plant in Brazilian automotive group CAOA. However, that deal fell through and the plant has remained on the market ever since.
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Ford hired Dr. James Weir, a plant pathologist, who after a survey of the surrounding land suggested a new property eighty miles downstream from Fordlandia. The new plantation, Belterra, was established at the site.
Jan 11, 2021 · Ford Motor Co said on Monday it will close its three plants in Brazil this year and take pretax charges of about $4.1 billion as the COVID-19 pandemic amplified the company's under use of its ...
Ford Motor said on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, it will close three plants in Brazil and stop producing automobiles in the South American country, but will keep its South America headquarters, product development center and proving grounds in Brazil.
Jan 11, 2021 · Ford said it will continue to sell vehicles in Brazil and elsewhere in South America, including the Ranger midsized pickup built at a plant in Argentina and Transit commercial vans imported from ...
Jan 11, 2021 · The Troller plant in Horizonte, Brazil, will continue to operate until the fourth quarter. The company will end sales of EcoSport, Ka and T4 once inventories are sold, Ford said.
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