uk Auto Business News - 09 April 2013 Ford of Britain, a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), has revealed details of the all-new Transit Courier van.
What does FoB stand for?
FoB stands for Ford of Britain (Ford Motor Company; UK)
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THE 2012 Dewar Trophy, awarded by the RAC for outstanding British technical achievement in the automotive industry, has been won by Ford of Britain for its 1.
Mark Ovenden, Ford of Britain managing director, said: "Ford's car range is proving its strong customer appeal, starting the year with a sales performance that extends our lead in total car sales, including sales to private customers.
Byline: Darren Liggett To celebrate the centenary of Ford of Britain in 2011 the company explored its photo archive and revealed rarely seen images.
Heartlands Ford invited classic Ford owners in Birmingham to display their cars just weeks after Ford of Britain marked its 100th birthday on March 8 this year.
Nigel Sharp, managing director for Ford of Britain, said: "Our UK market leadership is supported by a strengthening in retail sales that accurately reflects the customer appeal of our best ever vehicle range, now including the all-new Ford C-MAX and Grand C-MAX and the significantly freshened Ford Mondeo.
Nigel Sharp, managing director Ford of Britain, said: Our UK market leadership is supported by a strengthening in sales that reflects the appeal of our best ever range, now including the all-new Ford C-MAX and Grand C-MAX and the significantly freshened Mondeo.
Nigel Sharp, managing director Ford of Britain, said: "In an intensely competitive market we are delighted with the overall balance of demand for our most appealing ever range of vehicles, especially the strength of demand in the private retail sector.