SAO PAULO – Ford Brasil Ltda.’s truck division is increasing production of its Cargo truck to meet increased demand from the sugarcane and alcohol sectors thanks to the country’s growing use of ethanol fuel. “We increased production from nine to 19 trucks a day on the Cargo assembly line,” says Flavio Padovan, director of Ford Brazil truck operations. Over the past three years, Ford has doubled production of its Cargo trucks. The auto maker’s truck sales rose 14% in the year’s first two ...

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