Dallas, Texas 08/15/2013 (Financialstrend) – Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) presented a more challenging mid-decade proposal, which consists of a 25% augmentation in proposed capital expenditure, to make the most of rising automotive demand all over the globe, plus the possibility of a higher dividend.
The second biggest U.S. car manufacturer anticipates capital expenditures to be near $7.5 billion by mid-decade as compared to its earlier objective of $6 billion, the company stated in an investor presentation.
The company also proposes to return additional capital to stockholders in the form of a dividend, which would augment with the firm’s profits and could be continued even during an economic slump.
Ford Motor Company: Brand New Ford Transit Range Enters Australian Market
Ford Motor Company’s small biz and commercial clients have additional reasons to smile with the advent of the brand new Ford Transit Custom van and brand new Ford Transit Cargo by early 2014.
Planned to be the most happening and securest Transit range ever, the brand new Ford Transit Custom and Ford Transit Cargo have bold a significant new appearances and are crammed with the most modern safety techs, as part of the company’s task to attract a broader range of clients, comprising expert tradesmen and small biz groups.
Ford Motor Company’s COO, Mark Fields, stated, “These 2 cargo carriers are made to meet up the most exacting requirements of van users small as well as large.”
Mr. Bob Graziano, Ford Australia President and chief executive officer stated, “We are bringing Australians a full family of modish, inventive, secure, high-class, fuel competent and fun-to-drive cars.”
Australian clientele will be capable of getting behind the wheel of the Ford Transit Custom and Ford Transit Cargo by early 2014.
Ford Focus stays top selling vehicle Nameplate in the globe, strengthened by sturdy sales in Q1 of 2013
Ford Focus, the top-selling vehicle nameplate in the globe during 2012, retains that ranking through the first quarterly period of this year with worldwide vehicle registrations up 18% as against the corresponding period of last year.