- Cub Scouts Go Green with Can Recycling Drive
LOUISVILLE - Last year, our Cub Scout Pack 305 was looking for a fundraiser and some educational programs. We decided to start an aluminum can drive. We fabricated a storage trailer, had a painting party, and parked the trailer outside of Our Savior Lutheran Church and School.
- Going Further in South Africa
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa - Installation work was planned at the Struandale Engine Plant in Port Elizabeth, South Africa for the Global Puma Engine program to improve the robustness of the equipment. The installation was originally planned for the first two weeks of December 2011, however due to production scheduling the work had to be postponed to occur during the week between Christmas and New Years.
- How I Show My Green Side
India - Children go to school within living locality 2 kms radius by public transport and three years ago we bought a house from where they can walk themselves!
- Ford Purchasing Group V.P. Highlights Teams' Go Further Dedication
DEARBORN - Last week, @Ford Online had the opportunity to speak with Ford Global Purchasing Group Vice President Tony Brown about how his organization goes further each day for the company and working with suppliers.
- Warley IT Communications Room Achieves Best-in-Class Energy Management Performance
WARLEY, U.K. - In the fourth quarter of 2010, it was determined that a new Main Distribution Frame (MDF) room was needed at the Warley, U.K. site. The Data Center Consolidation program team responsible for the build of the MDF room took the opportunity to design and build a cost effective and environmentally friendly solution with this new IT facility.
- Ford Volunteer Corps Springs into Action for Children & Families
DEARBORN - A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for a room. It can brighten it up and make it feel like new again.
- Ford Actions Go Further to Serve the Community
India - I take the "Go Further" brand promise as a pledge to serve the community. Ford is always committed to serve the community for a glittering and bright full life to underprivileged ones.
- Ford India Purchasing Team Makes It Special on Women's Day
India - With Women's Day approaching, ladies at Ford India Purchasing had been thinking of plans to celebrate. All wanted a day where in they can feel special and their colleagues gave them just that.
- Ford of Mexico Celebrates its 12th Ford Schools Sports Tournament
MEXICO CITY – On the weekend of March 16, more than 400 students from Ford Schools from all over the country, arrived in Mexico City to participate in the Sports Tournament Finals that Ford and its dealers organize each year. The activities started on Friday, with an opening ceremony, where Ford of Mexico President Gabriel López, Ford executives and dealers greeted the children with a moving speech.
- Carers Make a Difference at Home and at Work
DUNTON - The Employee Resource Group Ford U.K. Carers Network held a Diversity event over an extended lunchtime period in Dunton on Tuesday, March 6.
- Challenges and Triumphs Converting a 1996 Probe to Run on Electric Power
DUNTON, U.K. - I have converted my 1996 Ford Probe to run on electric only.
- First Export and Growth Charity Auction Raises More Than $430,000
DEARBORN - While employees in Ford Export and Growth are known to Go Further to help others, E&G’s dealers recently showcased their willingness to do the same.
- Ford Group Vice President for Quality Reflects on How His Team, Ford Go Further
DEARBORN - @Ford Online recently interviewed Ford Group Vice President for Quality Bennie Fowler on how the company's new Go Further global brand promise is a part of his team's DNA.
- ACH Saline Plant Saves More Than $1.6 Million Dollars in Water Costs
Saline, Mich. - Facilities Engineer Leo Zanese, along with the Saline Plant’s Powerhouse team and the local UAW 892 skilled trades, has been the driving force behind many changes to Automotive Components Holdings (ACH) Saline Plant's water usage reduction that has saved 122 million gallons of water amounting to more than $1.6 million dollars in water and sewage costs during the past 15 years.
- MPG "Drives to Zero" with New Landfill Program
ROMEO, Mich. - Ford Motor Company is now harnessing the power of the sun to ease the environmental impact of waste disposal with an innovative solar power compactor. Ford installed its first solar powered compactor at its Michigan Proving Grounds facility earlier this year, representing a huge leap forward in its Go Further efforts to constantly strive for improvement.
- Ford Powertrain Group Encourages Young Scientists
DETROIT - For 33 years, Ford Motor Company and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) have been searching for Metro Detroit's young innovators at local science fairs.
- Ford's Chief Creative Officer Discusses How the Company's Design Team has Gone Further in the Past, Continues to Go Further Today
DEARBORN - Recently, @Ford Online was able to join Ford Group Vice President and Chief Creative Officer J Mays at the Henry Ford Museum's new Driving America Exhibition in Dearborn, Mich. While at the exhibit, Mays discussed the company's new Go Further global brand promise.
- Employees Key to Success of Yahoo Global Brand Promise
DEARBORN - Employees are vital to the success of any business – whether it be a local mom-and-pop establishment, a global automotive industry leader like Ford or a premier multinational digital media company like Yahoo!
- Ford of Mexico Mobilizes to Go Further to Help the Tarahumara Community
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's Tarahumara indigenous people, legendary for their endurance in long-distance running, are suffering from a devastating food shortage caused by a 70-year-record freeze and drought.
- Sharonville Transmission Plant Reaches Out to Community
SHARONVILLE - When Sharonville Transmission Plant (STP) employees returned to work on Monday, March 5, the agenda was clear: develop a plan to help communities affected by the devastating March 2 tornados.
- Ford's Kentucky Employees Join Together to Aid Tornado Victims
LOUISVILLE - Last week, Kentucky Truck Plant and Louisville Assembly plant partnered to collect donations for the devastating tornado that struck the area.
- When a Mach 1 is Not a Mustang
As a teenager in the 70s, I was in the thick of things for street/drag and autocross racing.
- Rawsonville Employees Create Cost Savings Project for Plant
YPSILANTI, Mich. - More than a year ago, a team of Rawsonville employees started the rework strategy for rerunning end caps through the MAD (Motor Assembly Dial) dial on the PM2 Starter line. The goal of the project was to avoid scrapping out thousands of end caps.
- Mustang Mural Enhances Conference Room at Ford Central Lab
Ford employee Alan Reaume's daughter, Julia Reaume, shared her artistic talent by painting a mural on the conference room wall at Ford Central Laboratory.
- Louisville Assembly Goes Further…
LOUISVILLE - Ford's Louisville Assembly Plant goes further to unveil the new Ford Escape – producing a legacy of new cars at our state-of-the-art plant.
- MAP’s Material Girl Sews Warmth for Patients
WAYNE, Mich. - Got a scrap piece of fabric you’re thinking of tossing out? You should talk to Barb Keeler first. She may be able to use it. Keeler, who provides training support at Michigan Assembly, has been quilting small blankets with scrap material since the mid-1970s. She’s currently in a group of about two dozen women who combine to make more than 1,000 quilts a year for local hospitals and charities in the Detroit area.
- Ford of Mexico Marketing Director Shares How the Company Goes Further to Make a Difference in the Community
MEXICO CITY - @Ford Online recently interviewed Ford of Mexico Marketing Director Juan Antonio Garcia about the company's new global brand promise and how his team works everyday to go further. Below are excerpts from that discussion.
- Employee Donates Kidney to Help Colleague
DAVENTRY, UK – Daventry warehouse supervisor Paul Hornberger has survived a life-threatening health scare thanks to the remarkably generous act of a colleague.
- Lima Engine Plant Controls Engineer Embodies Go Further Spirit
DEARBORN – Jan. 17, 2012 is a day that Dearborn Engine Plant Area Manager Tom McWilliams won’t soon forget – both for the serious problem he faced at the plant that day and for the unexpected way that it was solved.
It was the beginning of the midnight shift at the Dearborn Engine Plant. A crucial component of the machinery used to make crankshafts malfunctioned and production had to shut down. To make matters worse, the part – a complex circuit board – was now obsolete and couldn’t be found anywhere. The supplier didn’t even make it anymore.
- Helping Others a Core Value in Export and Growth
ALLEN PARK, Mich. - Visit the Ford Export and Growth (E&G) offices in Allen Park and it won’t take long to spot the subtle indications of its commitment to others – the billboard spotlighting a charity, the snacks sold to fund charitable endeavors, the number of people who pay to wear jeans on Fridays.