Ford of Britain has increased exports from its engine and parts manufacturing operations by more than a third in the last 12 months to meet rising demand from Russia, Australia and the Far East. The mix of components shipped overseas from the auto maker’s Dagenham operations is made up of about 30% vehicle panels, 30% engines and 40% trim-metal used in applications such as chrome window surrounds. Dagenham's export distribution center in east Greater London shipped 1,600 containers of ...
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