Ford Motor Co. will open a new parts distribution center in Princeton, IN, in March. The new High-Velocity Center is part of Ford’s already announced plan to replace 10 parts distribution centers with 21 new centers in the U.S. Ford wants to create a nationwide network of specialized centers so its dealers can get parts every day instead of the current one delivery per week standard. “There’s no question that this new network will provide the most efficient and cost-effective parts ...

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