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New Plant To Create Ford Engines
With the Ford Motor Company constantly trying to retain its position as part of the United States’ Big Three in the automobile market, it is now planning on creating another plant that would surely be able to create and produce the much needed number of Ford engines. These engines would be used in the various number of Ford motor vehicles that are marketed in the whole Russian country.
Another plan for the Ford Motor Company is to have the Volga Motor Plant, which is located in Nizhny Novgorod in the country of Russia, produce engines for the company. However, these engines would be used the cars and vehicles from Ford which are marketed and sold only in Russia. There are no news, however, of the mentioned plant creating and manufacturing Ford Aspire aftermarket parts for the market. This is according to a report and announcement given out by Valery Shantsev, the governor of the mentioned region where the Volga Motor Plant is located.
Shantsev further backs up his statement with, “Renault and Ford are already interested in cooperation with the plant and Ford has already set up an engine production there. And the Volga Motor Plant is equipped with one of the best attested laboratories to test engines in the country and has its own program to produce gas and diesel engines.”
The production of the new Ford engines is yet to commence for the Ford Motor Company is still trying to make sure that everything is perfectly in order before the machines start creating these new engines.
With the Ford Motor Company being one of the topnotch vehicle manufacturers not only in the United States but all across the globe, this kind of move is indeed crucial for them. More and more vehicles are being created by the company and it even holds various vehicle brands that include Ford, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Lincoln, Mercury, Saleen, Daimler, Land Rover, Mazda, and Volvo.
About the Author: Chuck, a 38 year old freelance writer from Charleston, South Carolina, has been specializing on automotive-related articles and news. He has a degree in Automotive Technology.