JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Ford Motor Co. of Southern Africa's (FMCSA) RoCam engine plant in Port Elizabeth will supply engines to Ford plants in Brazil, Mexico and Venezuela, starting in February. The announcement was made recently in Port Elizabeth by Deborah S. Coleman, FMCSA CEO and group managing director, less than a month after the news that South African RoCam engines would be fitted to the StreetKa roadster and fashionable SportKa in Europe. EcoSport one of many Ford ...

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