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Ford Motor Company is a global automotive and mobility company based in Dearborn, Michigan. With about 203,000 employees and 67 plants worldwide, the company’s core business includes designing, manufacturing, marketing and servicing a full line of Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, as well as Lincoln luxury vehicles. To expand its business model, Ford is aggressively pursuing emerging opportunities with investments in electrification, autonomy and mobility. Ford provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company.

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CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF CAR PLANT CAPACITIES IN INDIA

Ford Motor Company | March 23, 2017

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The real big ticket news from the Birlas was their decision to shut down the Hindustan Motors plant near Kolkata when it became amply clear that it would no longer be viable to manufacture the Ambassador. The former exited its India operations and brought down the shutters on the plant, Fiat plodded on before relocating to Pune in a manufacturing joint venture with Tata Motors....

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FORD CUTS WATER USAGE IN ITS PLANTS IN ASIA PACIFIC

Ford Motor Company | March 23, 2017

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American carmaker Ford Motor Company has used 15 percent less water in 2016 to produce each vehicle in its manufacturing plants in Asia Pacific, informed the company in a media release. By 2020, Ford has targeted a water usage reduction of 72 percent when compared to 2000. That roughly means for every one gallon of water Ford used in manufacturing in 2000, it aims to use about one liter by 2020....

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FORD BEGINS LARGE-SCALE 3D PRINTING TRIAL

Ford Motor Company | March 09, 2017

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US automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company this week announced plans to begin testing the production of large-scale parts using 3D-printing. To do this, Ford is partnering with Stratasys, one of the US’s largest 3D printing manufacturers. Ford will use a Stratasys Infinite Build 3D-printer in order to print a large number of parts, some more than a meter in size....

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KEPPEL OFFSHORE & MARINE RECEIVES LLOYD'S REGISTER CERTIFICATION TO 3D PRINT OFFSHORE GRADE STEEL PARTS

Keppel Offshore & Marine, Lloyd's Register | January 14, 2020

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Keppel Offshore & Marine has received Lloyd’s Register LR Certification to additively manufacture offshore grade steel with a 3D printing technology from Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology SIMTech. The certification was granted after assessing Keppel O&M’s production processes, from design to post-processing and testing. Partnering with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore NTU Singapore and SIMTech’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research A*STAR...

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CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF CAR PLANT CAPACITIES IN INDIA

Ford Motor Company | March 23, 2017

The real big ticket news from the Birlas was their decision to shut down the Hindustan Motors plant near Kolkata when it became amply clear that it would no longer be viable to manufacture the Ambassador. The former exited its India operations and brought down the shutters on the plant, Fiat plodded on before relocating to Pune in a manufacturing joint venture with Tata Motors....

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FORD CUTS WATER USAGE IN ITS PLANTS IN ASIA PACIFIC

Ford Motor Company | March 23, 2017

American carmaker Ford Motor Company has used 15 percent less water in 2016 to produce each vehicle in its manufacturing plants in Asia Pacific, informed the company in a media release. By 2020, Ford has targeted a water usage reduction of 72 percent when compared to 2000. That roughly means for every one gallon of water Ford used in manufacturing in 2000, it aims to use about one liter by 2020....

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FORD BEGINS LARGE-SCALE 3D PRINTING TRIAL

Ford Motor Company | March 09, 2017

US automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company this week announced plans to begin testing the production of large-scale parts using 3D-printing. To do this, Ford is partnering with Stratasys, one of the US’s largest 3D printing manufacturers. Ford will use a Stratasys Infinite Build 3D-printer in order to print a large number of parts, some more than a meter in size....

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KEPPEL OFFSHORE & MARINE RECEIVES LLOYD'S REGISTER CERTIFICATION TO 3D PRINT OFFSHORE GRADE STEEL PARTS

Keppel Offshore & Marine, Lloyd's Register | January 14, 2020

Keppel Offshore & Marine has received Lloyd’s Register LR Certification to additively manufacture offshore grade steel with a 3D printing technology from Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology SIMTech. The certification was granted after assessing Keppel O&M’s production processes, from design to post-processing and testing. Partnering with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore NTU Singapore and SIMTech’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research A*STAR...

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