Ford U.K. Operations After A No-deal Brexit

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Published on April 2, 2019 - Duration: 00:46s

Ford U.K. Operations After A No-deal Brexit

According to the Automotive News, Ford's Europe Chairman Steven Armstrong said that Ford would have to take a "long, hard look" at its British operations, which include two engine factories, if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal.

Since Britain is the company's third-largest global market, Armstrong said Ford is stocking engines in Europe and components in Britain alongside bringing more vehicles.

Ford produces 1.3 million engines a year at two British locations, Bridgend and Dagenham.

The engines are shipped for fitting in vehicles in Germany, Turkey, the United States and elsewhere.

They could face delays and extra costs from a no-deal Brexit.

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