Faurecia opens new office to support Ford interiors programs

  • 19-Oct-2012 09:43 EDT
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Faurecia's Southfield Customer Center supports current Ford programs such as the F-150 (shown) and ones in development.

Faurecia engineers and other personnel recently completed occupation of new offices in Southfield, MI. The Southfield Customer Center covers 50,000 ft² (4600 m²) and is dedicated to engineering, product development, program management, sales, and marketing in support of Ford. Focused on program activities for Faurecia's interior systems business group, the Southfield team brings together former Automotive Components Holdings employees, Faurecia staff, and new personnel. The center supports the Saline, MI, operation recently acquired by Faurecia, and operations at Detroit Manufacturing Systems (a joint venture with Rush Group), as well as other programs and plants.

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