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Ford Romania

Ford Romania
Type Private
Industry Automotive
Predecessors Automobile Craiova
Founded 1976 (as Oltcit)
Headquarters Craiova, Romania
Products Automobiles, engines
Employees 3,487[1]
Parent Ford of Europe
Website ford.ro

Ford Romania is an automobile manufacturing company operated by Ford of Europe, located in Craiova, Romania. Ford company came to Romania in 1935, after a negotiation with the Romanian government. The company started the first car production line in eastern Europe at the Ford Romania facility in Floreasca. Models were produced until World War II when the plant was taken over by the occupying forces. In modern times the company is located in the former Oltcit car factory, later Daewoo Motors facility in Romania (as Daewoo Automobile Romania), which Ford acquired in 2008 from the Romanian government.[2]

Vehicle production at the plant began in 2012 with the Ford Transit Connect and later with the Ford B-Max. Engine production at the plant includes three- and four-cylinder versions of Ford's EcoBoost engine family.[3]

Products

Automobiles

Engines

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ford Romania S.A.". Doing Business. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Ford - Romanian Expansion". Ford Motor Company. 5 May 2008. Retrieved 31 July 2011. 
  3. ^ "Fact Sheet - December 2013". Ford Motor Company. Retrieved 28 May 2014. 

External links

  • Official website
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