Ford Trucks, the heavy commercial brand of Ford Otosan, the leading company of the Turkish automotive industry, continues its growth with strategically important France, following the appointment of distributors in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany.
Ford Otosan's heavy commercial vehicle brand Ford Trucks, which stands out with its engineering experience and 60 years of heritage in the heavy commercial sector, continues its growth by stepping into France, one of Europe's key markets. Speaking at the launch ceremony held in Solutrans 2021 in France, Ford Otosan General Manager Haydar Yenigün said, “With our Ford Trucks brand, we continue our strong growth plans in Europe without slowing down. We are excited to step into France, which is now the second largest market after Germany, Europe's largest heavy commercial vehicle market, which we entered last month. We plan to serve our customers in 2022 locations as of 25 with F-Trucks France, which has a deep-rooted history in the automotive industry and commercial vehicle segment in France.”
Ford Trucks, which plans to be present at 2022 points by 25 in France, which has a key position in Europe as a strategic market, has delivered 60 'ITOY - International Truck of the Year' award-winning Ford Trucks to Combronde Groupe company, one of the country's most important logistics fleets, during the launch. F-MAX also delivered.
F-Trucks France, which was established by the combination of 3 companies with equal shares for the structuring of Ford Trucks in France, consists of companies with a deep-rooted history and experience in the automotive industry, namely Groupe Maurin, Groupe DMD and Groupe Amplitude.
Yenigün: “France has a key role in our growth plans in Europe”
Ford Otosan General Manager Haydar Yenigün said that they are proud to take a step in an important organization such as Solutrans 2021 in France, which is Europe's second largest heavy commercial market after Germany.
“As Ford Otosan, we continue to break new ground in the automotive industry and write a worldwide success story with our heavy commercial vehicle brand Ford Trucks for more than half a century. At the point where our truck production journey has reached today, we operate in more than 40 countries thanks to our engineering competencies and R&D power. 2019 International Truck of the Year (ITOY) award kazanAn F-MAX continues to be one of the most important indicators of the point reached by our production power, engineering capabilities, design, technology and vehicle development skills. While representing Ford's truck business globally, we continue our strategic growth plans in Europe without slowing down despite the negative effects of the pandemic. After the ITOY award, we had delayed our growth plans due to the high demand from Europe for the F-MAX. In this direction, we have completed our structuring in Italy, Belgium and Luxembourg, which are among the markets where we see high demand, following the Polish, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Spanish markets. In the past weeks, we stepped into Germany, Europe's largest heavy commercial vehicle market. Now, we are proud to take a step with our distributor F-Trucks France to France, Europe's 2nd largest heavy commercial market, which has a key role in Ford Trucks' growth plans.”
Ford Trucks' goal is to expand to 2024 countries by the end of 55
Ford Otosan's heavy commercial vehicle brand Ford Trucks, which produces and develops vehicles not only in Turkey but also in more than 40 countries for global markets, continues its global growth without slowing down despite the pandemic. Continuing its efforts to achieve permanent growth in the whole of Europe, Ford Trucks plans to expand its global operations to 3 countries in the next 55 years, after France, to cover the whole of Europe. Following the 2019 International Truck of the Year (ITOY) award, Ford Trucks has delayed its growth plans with the high demand from Europe for the F-MAX. Completed its structuring in Germany. The company aims to expand its global growth to 2019 countries by the end of 2021 and to 45 countries by the end of 2024.