Former Ford CEO Alan Mulally’s plan for global streamlining has been going rather well. The second phase is now imminent.
Articles: Hau Thai-Tang
Ford’s global expansion often brings lucrative opportunities for its suppliers.
The automaker purchased $6.5 billion in goods and services last year.
From the 5.7 million currently produced.
Spending will remain proportionate across Ford’s global regions.
The project aims to cut the automaker’s supplier roster by 40% to cut production complexity and costs.