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Ford Vietnam

Ford Vietnam
Privately held joint venture
Industry Automotive
Founded 1995
Headquarters Hà Nội, Vietnam
Area served
Vietnam
Products Automobiles
Owner Ford Motor Company: 75%
DISOCO: 25%
Website .vn.com.fordwww

Ford Vietnam was established in 1995, and is a joint venture between Ford Motor Company (75%) and Song Cong Diesel Company (25%) with the total investment to date of more than US$120 million.

Ford Vietnam headquarters in Hanoi with an office in Ho Chi Minh City and an assembly plant located in Hai Duong province - 55 km east from Hanoi, with the capacity of 14,000 vehicles per year. By 2014, Ford Vietnam has a network of 25 authorized dealers across cities and provinces in Vietnam.

Ford Vietnam is the first automotive manufacturer in Vietnam receiving ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and QS9000 accreditation, ISO/TS16949 - 2002. From the 7th position when it started business in 2007, Ford Vietnam now ranks 3rd in the Vietnam automobile market with the market share of 7.4% in 2013 and 8.7% in the first nine months of 2014. In 2013, Ford recorded the year-to-year growth rate of 70%.

Ford Vietnam's current available models:

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