Ford Trucks, the global brand of Ford Otosan, which stands out with its engineering experience and 60 years of heritage in the heavy commercial vehicle sector, has continued its worldwide growth after openings in Europe's biggest markets Germany, France and finally Austria, Albania, one of the important markets of the Balkans. continues with.
Ford Trucks, which received high demand from Europe with the "2019 International Truck of the Year" (ITOY) award-winning F-MAX, developed and produced from scratch by Ford Otosan engineers, will enter the Albanian market in cooperation with Albanian Motor Company. Under Ford Trucks Albania, the Ford Trucks brand will serve Albanian customers.
While the cooperation between Ford and Albanian Motor Company, which has a long-standing relationship, was announced with an opening, Demian Smith, the US Ambassador to Tirana, also attended the event.
Speaking at the opening, Ford Trucks Central and Eastern Europe Regions Leader Selim Yazıcı said, “We are very pleased to cooperate with Albanian Motor Company, one of the leading and experienced companies in Albania. We believe that through this cooperation we will serve our customers in Albania in the best possible way. We are achieving our goal of permanent and strong growth in the Balkans and throughout Europe without slowing down. Thanks to our production power, engineering capabilities and design, technology and vehicle development skills that we have brought to the next level, we export the heavy commercial vehicles we produce in Turkey to more than 40 countries.
Ford Trucks, which has been serving in the heavy commercial sector for more than 60 years with the vision of "creating value with the most efficient transportation solutions", has passed the 100% electric truck and connected and autonomous driving technologies developed by Ford Otosan with its engineering capabilities, technology production and R&D power. It was introduced at the International Commercial Vehicle Fair (IAA) held in Hannover. 100% electric truck with connected and innovative technologies; In line with Ford Otosan's long-term sustainability goals, it is a giant step towards zero emissions in heavy commercial vehicles by 2040. It also plays a major role in the realization of Ford Trucks' target of having zero emissions, half of its sales to Europe by 2030.
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