Ford begins tests for the Courier compact truck SAO PAULO — Ford Motor Co. is getting closer to its first production tests for the compact Courier pickup truck to be built at its new plant in Camacari, Bahia. Approximately 95% of the factory's construction is complete, with 80% of the equipment installed at the Amazon complex. Preliminary production will begin in September, which will last one month, followed by tests at the paint shop. Final production tests are scheduled for June or ...

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