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2015 Ford Mustang Start its Journey around the World

Lately, Ford has been exporting its 2015 Mustang from the plant in Flat Rock to markets around the world.


It is reported that Ford has planned to sell the new Mustang in more than 100 countries, including Europe, Asia and other parts of the world, with the first shipment heading to Asia.


Actually, in 2013, Ford exported over 380,000 vehicles, becoming the top U.S. exporter of vehicles. And just a year earlier in 2012, officials predicted that 2014 exports would reach 400,000. And the final figure of 2014 exports will have been released in March or April.


As for exporting Mustang this year, Ford has made remarkable efforts. To help with the distribution, 100 jobs have been added at the port of Portland, where Ford and Lincoln vehicles will be shipped to China and Korea. In fact, Portland is only one of eight ports in five states, where Ford trading company, Ford logistics arm, has vehicle centers. And all the Mustangs for sell at all markets are made at the Flat Rock Plant by about 3,000 employees on two shifts, which demonstrates Ford’s amazing productivity.


In addition, Ford exports both the hardtop and convertible version of the Mustang. In some countries, such as Britain, Australia and South Africa, Ford even made right-hand drive versions. Also, considering the hot climate in the Middle East and the special road requirements in different countries, Ford ensured the new Mustang can withstand blazing desert heat, rough China roads and the high speeds of Europe’s autobahn. Moreover, to protect the vehicles at sea, some of them are sprayed with an additional underbody coating. Thus, we could see how careful Ford has been with their 2015 Mustang export.


Gerald Schoenle, director of Ford Trading Company, said: “Preparing these vehicles for shipment to their final destination is critical to satisfying both customer and regulatory requirements for our markets around the world. We want our customers globally to know that their Ford vehicles will meet emissions, safety and road-worthiness requirements.”


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