NEW FORD RANGER PRODUCTION RETURNING TO NORMAL IN THAILAND
The new Ford Ranger pickup truck production is returning to normal since flooding left many of its production facilities damaged.
Last year many of Thailand's factories came to a standstill, when flooding within the country damaged production lines for a wide variety of products; something that still has a knock on effect almost half way through this year.
The Ford Motor Company was just two weeks into the global release of its new Ford Ranger when the disaster struck; meaning production was delayed by months due to parts shortages.
Now that production is stabilised the pickups can be exported across the world, where you will find them alongside new Ford vans such as Transit vans, meaning more models to choose from at your commercial dealership.
The new Ford Ranger is one of Ford's most important global vehicles and is sold in every region except the USA now.