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Ford Model T Chief Designer Wins Hungarian Heritage Award

Mar-24-2016 3:00 AM ET

​József Galamb, chief designer of the legendary Ford Model T, has been posthumously honoured with the prestigious Hungarian Heritage Award.

Ford Collaborates with the Henry Ford Museum to Digitize History, Make Available Online

Dec-31-2013 6:30 AM ET

​DEARBORN - On Sept. 20, 1945, Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company, wrote his letter of resignation to his board of directors, which states: “I hereby resign the office of president of this company, to take effect upon acceptance.”

Assembly Line Documentary Airs Tonight

Oct-18-2013 8:35 AM ET

​DEARBORN - To honor the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line, the National Geographic channel will air its original documentary Ultimate Factories: The Assembly Line Friday, Oct. 18 at 9 p.m. EDT.

Evolution of Engine Assembly in CHEP

Oct-10-2013 6:00 AM ET

​CHIHUAHUA, Mexico - In 1983, with a floor area of 66,000 square meters, the Ford Chihuahua Engine Plant (CHEP) began operations. At this site, the four-cylinder engine "Penta" was built and intended for national and foreign consumption.

Ford Celebrates 100th Anniversary of the Moving Assembly Line with New Goals for Advanced, Flexible Manufacturing

Oct-08-2013 3:15 AM ET

​COLOGNE, Germany – As this week marks the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line invented by Ford Motor Company under the leadership of Henry Ford, the company is building on its legacy of innovation by expanding advanced manufacturing capabilities and introducing ground-breaking technologies that could revolutionise mass production for decades to come.

Ford Celebrates 100th Anniversary of the Moving Assembly Line with New Goals for Advanced, Flexible Manufacturing

Oct-07-2013 2:00 PM ET

DEARBORN – As today marks the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line invented by Ford Motor Company under the leadership of Henry Ford, the company is building on its legacy of innovation by expanding advanced manufacturing capabilities and introducing groundbreaking technologies that could revolutionize mass production for decades to come.

Video: 100 Years of the Moving Assembly Line in 100 Seconds

Oct-07-2013 10:20 AM ET

DEARBORN - In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line on Oct. 7, 1913, Ford Motor Company spends 100 seconds to showcase the top manufacturing innovations that have kept the line moving into the future.

Video: Inside Ford's Moving Assembly Line

Oct-07-2013 10:00 AM ET

DEARBORN - In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line, introduced by Ford Motor Company and led by Henry Ford on October 7th, 1913, the automaker went inside its manufacturing facilities to document the fast-paced and efficient assembly lines producing some of the world's best vehicles. Constructed from more than 24 hours of time-lapsed views inside Ford's Michigan Assembly and Dearborn Truck Plants, Ford showcases the face of manufacturing today and tomorrow.

100 Years of Progress: Interactive Map of Ford's North American Manufacturing Facilities Today

Oct-07-2013 12:05 AM ET

DEARBORN - Today, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the moving assembly line; the innovation that forever changed the global vehicle manufacturing industry and had a significant and lasting impact on American society.

Assembly Line Heritage Series: WWII, Switching Gears

Oct-04-2013 10:00 AM ET

​DEARBORN - Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, the United States officially joined World War II. From that moment on, American society was forever changed. The needs of the war effort changed society at home, the way we looked at work, the way we utilized resources and the way we manufactured goods. Ford led the charge of what is now known as the Arsenal of Democracy, focusing efforts on building the military equipment our armed forces needed to win the war and the moving assembly line lived at the crux of all the action.