List of Ford factories

The following is a list of current, former, and confirmed future facilities of Ford Motor Company for manufacturing automobiles and other components. Per regulations, the factory is encoded into each vehicle's VIN as character 11 for North American models, and character 8 for European models.

For a listing of Ford's proving grounds and test facilities see Ford Proving Grounds.

Current production facilitiesEdit

VIN Name City/state Country Status Employees Products Comments
AutoAlliance Thailand Pluak Daeng Thailand Open 3,618 Ford Ranger (T6)
Ford Ranger (J97)
Ford Everest
Ford Focus
Ford Fiesta
Mazda 2
Mazda 3
Mazda BT-50 (T6)
Mazda BT-50 (J97)
Camaçari Plant Camaçari, Bahia Brazil Open Ford Ka
Ford Ka+
Ford EcoSport
Fox 1.0L I3 Engine
Plant opened in 2001
Getrag Ford Transmission Blanquefort France Open 1,090 Ford IB transmission
MX65 transmission
Joint Venture: Ford Motor Company / Getrag Transmission
Buffalo Stamping Buffalo, New York U.S. Open 918 Quarter Panels, Body Sides, Rear Floor Pan, Rear Doors, Roofs, front doors, hoods
Changan Ford Mazda Engine Co. Nanjing China Open 700 BZ series engine Joint Venture: Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. (50%). Ford Motor Company (25%), Mazda Motor Company (25%)
G (NA) Chicago Assembly Chicago, Illinois U.S. Open 4,099 Ford Taurus
Ford Explorer
Lincoln Aviator
Final Taurus rolled off the assembly line March 1, 2019
Chicago Stamping Chicago Heights, Illinois U.S. Open 1,270
Chihuahua Engine Chihuahua, Chihuahua Mexico Open 690 Duratec I4
4,4L and 6,7L V8 Diesel
Zetec engine (Discontinued)
Cleveland Engine #1 Brook Park, Ohio U.S. Open 1,180 Duratec 30
Duratec 35
Idle from May 2007 to May 2009
A (EU) Cologne Body & Assembly Cologne Germany Open 4,141 Ford Fiesta
Cologne Engine Cologne Germany Open 1,008 Cologne V6 1.0 litre ecoboost
Cologne Forge & Die Cast Cologne Germany Open parts
Cologne Tool & Die Cologne Germany Open 1,144 equipment
Cologne Transmission Cologne Germany Open 1,590 Ford MTX transmission
Ford VXT transmission
Croydon Stamping Croydon England Open parts
M (NA) Cuautitlán Assembly Cuautitlán-Izcalli Mexico Open Ford Mustang Mach-E
Dagenham Engine Dagenham England Open 2,047 Ford Duratorq engine
Ford Duratec 20
Ford Duratec 23
Dagenham Tool & Die Dagenham England Open equipment
Dearborn Engine Dearborn, Michigan U.S. Open 911 Ford Duratec 20
Ford Duratec 23
River Rouge Plant
Dearborn Stamping Dearborn, Michigan U.S. Open 1,780 Ford F-150

Ford Super Duty

F (NA) Dearborn Truck Dearborn, Michigan U.S. Open Ford F-150 Originally called Dearborn Assembly Plant until production changed over from Mustang to F-150 in MY2005.
Essex Engine Windsor, Ontario Canada Reopened (2009) 820 Ford Modular V8 (Coyote)
Idle in November 2007, reopened February 2009
5 (NA) Flat Rock Assembly Plant Flat Rock, Michigan U.S. Open 1,800 Ford Mustang
Lincoln Continental
Built at site of closed Ford Michigan Casting Center
Ford Lio Ho Assembly Chung Li Taiwan Open 2,332 Ford Focus
Ford Kuga
Ford Focus Active
Ford Lio Ho Engine Chung Li Taiwan Open 2,332 Ford Zetec engine
Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa Port Elizabeth South Africa Open 815 Ford PTE engine
Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa Silverton South Africa Open 3,762 Ford Ranger
Ford Everest
Ford Sollers St. Petersburg Assembly Plant, previously Ford Motor Company ZAO St. Petersburg Russia Open, JV with 50% Sollers 2,960[1] Ford Focus
Ford Mondeo
Ford Otosan Assembly Kocaeli Turkey Open 7,534 Ford Transit
Ford Transit Connect
Transit Connect started shipping to US in fall of 2009
Ford Otosan Engine Eskisehir Turkey Open 1,608 Ford MT75 transmission for Transit
Ford Puma engine
Ford Cargo truck
Ford Rear Axle for Transit
Ford Renaissance Global Logistics Detroit, Michigan U.S. Open
Ford Romania Craiova Romania Open 6,200 Ford Transit Connect
Ford B-Max
Ford EcoSport (2017)
Ford Puma (2019)
EcoBoost series engine
Getrag Ford Transmission Liverpool England Open 731 MT82 Transmission, IB5 transaxle, MT75 Transmission, PTO Transmissions
Hai Duong Assembly, Ford Vietnam, Ltd. Hai Duong Vietnam Open Ford Laser
Ford Transit
Ford Ranger
Ford Escape
Ford Mondeo
Ford Focus
Ford Everest
Halewood Transmission Halewood England Open Ford MT-75 transmission
Ford IB5 transmission
R (NA) Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico Open Ford Bronco Sport
IMMSA Monterrey, Nuevo Len Mexico Open
Jiangling Motors Corp., Ltd. Nanchang, Jianxi China Open 7,258 Ford Transit
Partnership with Jiangling Motors Co., Ltd
K (NA) Kansas City Assembly Claycomo, Missouri U.S. Open 6,758 Ford F-150
Ford Transit
Kechnec Transmission Kechnec, Kosice Slovakia Open Ford MPS6 transmissions
Ford SPS6 transmissions
Ford/Getrag dual clutch transmission "Powershift", (Getrag Ford Transmissions)
E (NA) Kentucky Truck Assembly Louisville, Kentucky U.S. Open 8,500 Ford Super Duty
Ford Expedition
Lincoln Navigator
Lima Engine Lima, Ohio U.S. Open 730 Vulcan V6
Jaguar AJ35
Duratec 35
Livonia Transmission Livonia, Michigan U.S. Open 1,849 6R
U (NA) Louisville Assembly Plant Louisville, Kentucky U.S. Open 4,610 Ford Escape 2013
2015 Lincoln MKC
Reopened in 2012.4.4 and building the Ford Kuga for European markets, Ford Escape for North American markets and the Kuga/Escape platform-derived Lincoln MKC.
Metcon Casting Santa Fe Province Argentina Open parts
L (NA) Michigan Assembly Plant Wayne, Michigan U.S. Open 2012-2016 Ford Focus
Ford Ranger(2018)
Ford Bronco (2020)
S (NA) New Model Programs Development Center Allen Park, Michigan U.S. Open Continental Mark II Commonly known as "Pilot Plant"; opened 1956
B (NA) Oakville Assembly Oakville, Ontario Canada Open 4,500 Ford Edge
Ford Flex
Lincoln MKT/MKX
Lincoln Nautilus
Opened 1953
D (NA) Ohio Assembly Avon Lake, Ohio U.S. Open 1,821 Ford Econoline
F-350/450/550 Chassis Cab
Opened 1974, previously a Fruehauf truck trailer plant.
B (SA) Pacheco Stamping and Assembly Buenos Aires Argentina Open 2,123 Ford Ranger
Ford Focus
Formerly Ford F100
Falcon (1962 to 1991)
Rawsonville Parts Ypsilanti, Michigan U.S. Open Integrated Air/Fuel Modules
Air Induction Systems
Fuel Pumps
Carbon Canisters
Returned to Ford Motor Company from Visteon in 2005 after landmark deal with UAW
Romeo Engine Romeo, Michigan U.S. Open 1,160 Ford Intech engine
Ford Triton engine
C (EU) Saarlouis Body & Assembly Saarlouis Germany Open 1,276 Ford Focus
Ford C-Max
Opened January 1970
Sharonville Transmission Sharonville, Ohio U.S. Open 1,478 Ford 4R70W transmission
Ford 4R100 transmission
Ford 5R110W transmission
Ford 5R55S transmission
Ford CD4E transmission
Ford FN transmission
Sterling Axle Sterling Heights, Michigan U.S. Open Front Axles
Rear Axles
Opened 1956
Taubate Engine & Transmission Plant Taubate, São Paulo Brazil Open Ford Sigma engine
Tekfor Cologne GmbH Cologne Germany Open 352 Steel forgings Joint Venture: 50% Ford; 50% Neumayer
Thai-Swedish Assembly Co. Ltd. Samutprakarn Thailand Open
P (EU) Valencia Assembly Valencia Venezuela Open 1,797 Ford Fiesta
Ford F-350
Ford F-250
Ford Cargo
Plant opened in 1962; serves Ford markets in Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela
J (EU) Valencia Body & Assembly Valencia Spain Open 6,180 Ford Kuga
Ford Transit Connect
Ford Tourneo Connect
Ford Mondeo
Ford S-max
Ford Galaxy
Valencia Engine Valencia Spain Open 1,000 Ford Duratec HE
Ford Ecoboost 2.0L
Van Dyke Transmission Plant Sterling Heights, Michigan U.S. Open 1,260 Ford AX4N transmission
Ford FN transmission
Ford 6F transmission
W (NA) Wayne Stamping & Assembly Wayne, Michigan U.S. Open Ford Focus (NA) Ford Focus (Int'l in 2011)
Ford C-MAX (2011)
Ford Ranger(2018)
Ford Bronco(2019)
Windsor Engine Plant Windsor, Ontario Canada Open 1,850 Ford Triton engine V10
Woodhaven Forging Woodhaven, Michigan U.S. Open Ford Modular engine 5.4 parts
Ford Triton engine V10 parts
Woodhaven Stamping Woodhaven, Michigan U.S. Open 1,359 Body panels
Horizonte Horizonte, Ceará Brazil Open Troller vehicles

Future production facilitiesEdit

VIN Name City/state Country Status Employees Products Comments
Blue Oval City Stanton, Tennessee U.S. Announced ~6,000 Ford F-Series (electric), batteries Scheduled to start production in 2025. Battery manufacturing will be part of BlueOval SK, a joint venture with SK Innovation.[2]
BlueOval SK Battery Park Glendale, Kentucky U.S. Announced ~5,000 Batteries Scheduled to start production in 2025. Also part of BlueOval SK.[2]

Former production facilitiesEdit

VIN Name City/State Country Status Employees Products Comments
Amsterdam Assembly Amsterdam Netherlands Closed (1981) Ford Transit, Ford Transcontinental 1933–1981, assembling a wide range of Ford products primarily for the local market. Car assembly (latterly Ford Escort and Taunus) ended 1978.
A (NA) Atlanta Assembly Hapeville, Georgia U.S. Closed (2006) Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable Demolished. Site now occupied by the headquarters of Porsche North America.[3]
Atlanta Assembly Plant (Poncey-Highland) Poncey-Highland, Georgia U.S. Replaced (1942) Model Ts, Model As and V-8s Southeast USA headquarters and assembly operations from 1915 to 1942.
P (EU) Azambuja Assembly Azambuja Portugal Sold to GM in 2000, closed in 2006 Ford Fiesta
Ford Focus
Ford Mondeo
G (EU) Barcelona Assembly Barcelona Spain Lost (1959)
Basildon Essex England Sold (1991) Ford tractor range 1964–1991. Sold with New Holland business
Bridgend Engine Bridgend Wales Closed September 2020 2,013 Ford Zetec engine
Jaguar AJ-V8 engine
Batavia Transmission Batavia, Ohio U.S. Closed (2008) Ford CD4E transmission
Ford U204 transmission
Ford Aquitaine Industries Blanquefort France Closed September 2019 910 Ford 6F35 transmission
Dual Clutch
Case FOX
V (NA) Blue Diamond Truck Escobedo General, Nuevo León Mexico Closed 2014 Ford F-650
Ford F-750
Ford LCF
Commercial truck joint venture with Navistar until 2014 when production moved back to USA
JG (AU) Broadmeadows Assembly Plant 1 Campbellfield, Victoria Australia Closed 7th Oct 2016[4] Ford Consul
Ford Zephyr
Ford Anglia
Ford Prefect
Ford Falcon
Ford Falcon Ute
Ford Falcon Panel Van
Ford Cortina TC-TF
Ford Territory
JL (AU) Broadmeadows Assembly Plant 2 Truck Campbellfield, Victoria Australia Closed 7th Oct 2016[4] Ford F100
Ford F250
Ford F500
Ford F600
Ford Thames
Ford Capri Convertible
Canton Forge Plant Canton, Ohio U.S. Closed (1988)
C (NA) Chester Assembly Chester, Pennsylvania U.S. Closed (1961) 1927–1961, demolished in 2002
Cleveland Aluminum Casting Plant Brook Park, Ohio U.S. Closed (2003) Aluminum engine blocks
Cleveland Casting Brook Park, Ohio U.S. Closed (2010) Engine blocks, crankshafts Construction 1950, operational 1952 to 2010.[5] Demolished 2011[6]
Cleveland Engine #2 Brook Park, Ohio U.S. Closed (2012) Duratec 25
Duratec 30
Source of the 351 Cleveland
JK Commodore Point Jacksonville, Florida U.S. Closed (1968) Model A and T cars and trucks 1924–1932, production years. Parts warehouse until 1968.
E (EU) Henry Ford & Sons Ltd Marina, Cork Munster, Ireland Closed (1984) Fordson tractor (from 1919) and car assembly, including Escort and Cortina in the 1970s finally ending with the Sierra in 1980s[7] 1917–1984
M (NA) Cuautitlán Engine Cuautitln Izcalli Mexico Closed
M (NA) Cuautitlán Tool & die Cuautitln Izcalli Mexico Closed
A (EU) Dagenham Assembly Dagenham England Closed (2002) Ford Anglia, Prefect, Popular, Squire, Consul, Zephyr/Zodiac,Classic, Cortina, Granada, Fiesta, Sierra 1931–2002, formerly principal Ford UK plant
Dagenham Stamping Dagenham England Closed (2013)[8]
Danforth Assembly Toronto Canada Sold (1953) Model A and Cars Sold to Nash Motors and then by American Motors Corporation 1954 to 1961. Converted to a mall, Shoppers World Danforth.
E (NA) Edgewater Assembly Edgewater, New Jersey U.S. Closed (1955) 1929–1955; replaced with the Mahwah Assembly Plant
T (NA) Edison Assembly Edison, New Jersey U.S. Closed (2004) Ford Ranger
Ford Mustang
Ford Pinto
1948–2004, demolished in 2005. Also known as Metuchen Assembly.
H (AU) Eagle Farm Assembly Plant Eagle Farm (Brisbane), Queensland Australia Closed (1998) Ford Fairlane
Ford Galaxy
Ford LTD
and Ford trucks
Closed in 1998; demolished
Essex Aluminum Windsor, Ontario Canada Closed (2012) 3.8/4.2L V6 cylinder heads
4.6L, 5.4L V8 cylinder heads
6.8L V10 cylinder heads
Sold to Nemak in 2001; shuttered in 2009; closed in 2012
Ford Malaysia Sdn. Bhd Selangor Malaysia Closed Ford Laser
Ford Telstar
Ford Ranger
Ford Econovan
Ford Transit
Ford Trader
Land Rover Discovery
Ford Motor Company Philippines Santa Rosa, Laguna Philippines Closed (December 2012) Ford Lynx
Ford Focus
Mazda 3
Ford Escape
Mazda Tribute
Plant sold to Mitsubishi
Gaydon Assembly Gaydon, Warwickshire England Sold Aston Martin DB9
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Sold to Aston Martin
Geelong Stamping Norlane, Victoria Australia Closed 2016 Ford Falcon body panels
Ford Focus body panels (2011)
Geelong Aluminum Casting Norlane, Victoria Australia Closed 2016 engine parts
Geelong Chassis Norlane, Victoria Australia Closed 2016 parts
Geelong Engine Norlane, Victoria Australia Closed 2016 I6 engines
Geelong Iron Casting Norlane, Victoria Australia Closed 2016 I6 engines
B (EU) Genk Body & Assembly Genk Belgium Closed in 2014 Ford Mondeo
Ford S-MAX
Ford Galaxy
Green Island Plant Green Island, New York U.S. Closed (1989) Radiators, springs 1922–1989, demolished in 2004
E (NA) Halewood Body & Assembly Merseyside England Sold (2008) Ford Anglia, Ford Corsair, Ford Escort, Ford Capri, Ford Orion, Jaguar X-Type, Land Rover Freelander, Range Rover Evoque 1963–2008. Ford assembly ended 2000, then transferred to Jaguar/Land Rover. Sold to Tata Group with Jaguar/Land Rover business
Heimdalsgade Assembly Copenhagen Denmark Closed (1924) Ford Touring 1919–1924. Was replaced by, at the time, Europe's most modern Ford-plant, "Sydhavnen Assembly".
Highland Park Plant Highland Park, Michigan U.S. Sold (1981) Model Ts Model T production from 1910–1927. Ford Motor Company's third American factory. First automobile factory in history to utilize a moving assembly line (implemented October 7, 1913).
K (AU) Homebush Assembly Plant Homebush (Sydney), NSW Australia Closed 1994 Ford Escort Mk.1
Ford Capri Mk.1
Ford Laser
Ford Telstar
Ford Meteor
Opened in 1936, closed in September 1994
A (EU) Ipiranga Assembly Ipiranga, São Paulo Brazil Closed (2000) CKD, Tractor, Ford F-Series, Ford Galaxie, Ford Jeep, Ford Rural, Trucks
KC Kansas City Assembly (Winchester) Kansas City, Missouri U.S. Closed (1957) Ford F Series 1913–1957. 12th Street & Winchester. First Ford factory in the USA built outside the Detroit area. Replaced by Claycomo plant.
La Villa Assembly La Villa Mexico Closed (1984) First auto plant in Mexico, opened 1932[9]
C (EU) Langley Assembly Langley, Slough England Sold/closed (1986/1997) Ford Transit and A-Series vans; D-Series and Cargo lorries; R-Series bus/coach chassis 1949–1986. Former Hawker aircraft factory. Sold to Iveco, closed 1997.
Leamington Foundry Leamington Spa England Closed (2007) Castings including brake drums and discs Opened in 1940, closed in July 2007. Demolished 2012.
Long Beach Assembly Long Beach, California U.S. Closed (1959) 1930–1959, demolished in 1996 (?)
H (NA) Lorain Assembly Lorain, Ohio U.S. Closed (2005) Ford Econoline Operations transferred to Avon Lake
J (NA) Los Angeles Assembly Pico Rivera, California U.S. Closed (1980) 1957–1980. Status of structure in Pico Rivera-Sold to Northrop Aircraft Company in 1982 for B-2 Stealth Bomber development. Demolished 2001. Plant only operated one shift due to California Air Quality restrictions. First vehicles produced were Edsels and Mercurys. Later vehicles were Custom, Galaxie 500, LTD and Thunderbird. Thunderbird production ended after the 1979 model year. The last vehicle produced was the Panther platform LTD/Crown Victoria in January 1980.
Mack Avenue Plant Detroit, Michigan U.S. Burned down (1941) Original Model As 1903–1904. Ford Motor Company's first factory (rented). An imprecise replica of the building is located at The Henry Ford.
E (NA) Mahwah Assembly Mahwah, New Jersey U.S. Closed (1980) Last vehicles produced, Ford Fairmont
Mercury Zephyr
1955–1980, demolished
Manukau Alloy Wheel Manukau, Auckland New Zealand Sold (2001) wheels Sold in 2001 to Argent Metals Technology
Maumee Stamping Maumee, Ohio U.S. Closed (2007) body panels Closed in 2007 sold and reopened as independent stamping plant
Maywood Assembly Maywood, California U.S. Closed (1958 ?) Manufactured Lincoln and Mercury vehicles Ford's "Maywood Plant", located at 5801 S. Eastern Avenue and Slauson Avenue, City of Commerce.[10]
(NO) New Orleans Arabi, Louisiana U.S. Closed (1933) Model T, Model TT, Model A 1923–1933
Newport Pagnell Assembly Newport Pagnell England Sold Aston Martin V12 Vanquish Aston Martin now sold
N (NA) Norfolk Assembly Norfolk, Virginia U.S. Closed (2007) Ford F-Series Partially Demolished
M (NA) Ford Valve Plant Northville, Michigan U.S. Closed (198x) Engine valves Closed in the 1980s
Omaha Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant Omaha, Nebraska U.S. Closed (1936)
C (NA) Ontario Truck Oakville, Ontario Canada Closed (2004) Ford F-Series
Ford SVT Lightning
Piquette Avenue Plant Detroit, Michigan U.S. Sold (1911); reopened as a museum (2001) Models B, C, F, K, N, R, S, and T 1904–1910. Ford Motor Company's second American factory (first owned). Birthplace of the Model T (September 27, 1908). Oldest car factory building on Earth open to the general public.
K (EU) Rheine Assembly Rheine Germany Closed (1997) Ford Escort Convertible Plant owned by Karmann
Richmond Plant Richmond, California U.S. Closed (1956) Various, WWII tanks and armored vehicles
Opened in 1930 and closed in 1956. Renovated, now part of Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park
R (NA) San Jose Assembly Plant Milpitas, California U.S. Closed (1984) Ford Mustang/Mustang Shelby/Mercury Capri
Opened in 1952 and closed in 1984. Now Great Mall of the Bay Area
B (SA) São Bernardo Assembly São Bernardo do Campo Brazil Closed (due to close in 2019)[11] 3,000 Ford Fiesta
Ford Cargo Trucks
Ford F-Series
1967 - No more Cargo Trucks produced in Brazil since 2019
L (NZ) Seaview Assembly Plant Lower Hutt New Zealand Closed (1988) Ford Zephyr
Ford Zodiac
Ford Anglia
Ford Falcon
Ford Escort
Ford Cortina
Ford Sierra
Opened in 1936, closed in 1988
S (EU) Setubal Assembly Setúbal Portugal Sold to Volkswagen in 1999 Ford Galaxy (1995−2000)
Sheffield Aluminum Casting Plant Sheffield, Alabama U.S. Closed (1983) Die cast parts
transmission cases
Opened in 1958, closed in December 1983. Demolished 2008.
S (NA) Somerville Assembly Somerville, Massachusetts U.S. Closed (1958) Built Edsel Corsairs & Citations July–October 1957, Built Fords November 1957-March 1958 1926–1958. Converted to Assembly Square Mall in 1980
Southampton Body & Assembly Southampton England Closed (2013)[8] Ford Transit van Former Supermarine aircraft factory, acquired 1953. Built Ford vans 1972-July 2013
X (NA) St. Thomas Assembly Talbotville, Ontario Canada Closed (2011)[12] Ford Crown Victoria
Lincoln Town Car
Mercury Grand Marquis
Opened in 1967
Z (NA) St. Louis Assembly Hazelwood, Missouri U.S. Closed (2006) Ford Explorer
Mercury Mountaineer
Lincoln Aviator
Sydhavnen Assembly Copenhagen Denmark Closed (1966) 1924–1966. Tractor accessory production until 1969, when Ford sold the building. Building stood until 2006. 325,482 vehicles were built.
J (NA) TH!NK Nordic AS Aurskog Norway Sold (2003) TH!NK City Sold to Kamkorp Microelectronics as of February 1, 2003
P (NA) Twin Cities Assembly Plant Saint Paul, Minnesota U.S. Closed (2011) Ford Ranger
Mazda B-Series
Oldest vehicle plant, from 1924
Closed December 19, 2011
Volvo Nedcar Born Netherlands Sold Mitsubishi Colt
Mitsubishi Space Star
Taken over by Mitsubishi, and later by VDL Groep
H (NA) Walkerville Plant Windsor, Ontario Canada Closed (1953) and vacant land next to Detroit River (Fleming Channel) Ford Modular Model T 1904–1953. First factory to produce Ford cars outside the USA (via Ford Motor Company of Canada, a separate company from Ford at the time).
Walton Hills Stamping Walton Hills, Ohio U.S. Closed Winter 2014 Body panels
Windsor Aluminum Windsor, Ontario Canada Sold Duratec V6 blocks
Jaguar AJ-V8 engine blocks
Ford Modular engine blocks
Sold to Nemak. Currently producing engine blocks for GM
Windsor Casting Windsor, Ontario Canada Closed (2007) Engine parts
Y (NA) Wixom Assembly Plant Wixom, Michigan U.S. Idle (2007); torn down (2013) Lincoln Continental
Lincoln Town Car
Lincoln LS
Ford GT
Ford Thunderbird
Ford GT40 MKIV
Swedish Motor Assemblies Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Sold 2010 Volvo Cars was sold to Geely Holding Group
Ypsilanti Plant Ypsilanti, Michigan U.S. Sold Starters
Starter Assemblies
Originally owned by Ford Motor Company, it then became a Visteon Plant, and later turned into an ACH Plant in 2006. It is said that Henry Ford used to walk this factory when he acquired it in 1932. The Ypsilanti Plant was idle in December 2008. The local UAW was local 849 Visteon.
Sanand Engine Plant Sanand, Gujarat India Closed (2021)[13] 1.5L DV5 Diesel Opened March 2015[14]
Sanand Vehicle Assembly Plant Sanand, Gujarat India Closed (2021)[13] Ford Figo
Ford Figo Aspire
Opened March 2015[14]
Ford India, Ltd. Chennai, Tamil Nadu India Closed (2022)[13] 5,100 Ford Endeavour
Ford Fiesta
Ford Figo

Former branch assembly plants[15]Edit

VIN Name City/state Country Status Employees Products Comments
Bedford Branch Assembly Plant Bedford, IN U.S. Operated from 1951 - 2008
BO Buffalo Branch Assembly Plant Buffalo, NY U.S.
Burnaby Assembly Plant Burnaby, BC Canada Operated from 1938-196? Building demolished in 1988 to build Station Square
Cambridge Branch Assembly Plant Cambridge, MA U.S.
Charlotte Branch Assembly Plant Charlotte, NC U.S. Model T & Model A Closed in 1932, Used by Douglas Aircraft to assemble missiles for the U.S. Army between 1955 and 1964, sold to Atco Properties in 2017[16]
Chicago Branch Assembly Plant Chicago, IL U.S.
Cincinnati Branch Assembly Plant Cincinnati, OH U.S.
Cleveland Branch Assembly Plant[17] Cleveland, OH U.S.
Columbus Branch Assembly Plant[18] Columbus, OH U.S. Operated from 1913 - 1939 Model Ts, Model As and V-8s Located at 427 Cleveland Avenue, now the Kroger Co. Columbus Bakery
Dallas Branch Assembly Plant Dallas, TX U.S. Operated from 1914-1970
Denver Branch Assembly Plant Denver, CO U.S. Operated from 1914-1933 Model Ts, Model As and V-8s 920 South Broadway, now used as a data center
Detroit Branch Assembly Plant Detroit, MI U.S.
Dupont St Branch Assembly Plant Toronto, ON Canada Operated from 1910-1927 Model T Located at 672 Dupont St Production moved to Danforth Assembly Plant. Building roof was used as a test track for the Model T.Planters Peanuts Canada till 1987. Building currently has commercial retail on the main floor and condominiums on floors 2-5
Fargo Branch Assembly Plant Fargo, ND U.S. Operated from 1915-1956
Houston Branch Assembly Plant Houston, TX U.S. Operated from 1913-1942 Model Ts, Model As, aircraft parts Located at 3906 Harrisburg Boulevard. Divested during World War II; later acquired by General Foods in 1946 (later the Houston facility for Maxwell House until 2006 when the plant was sold to Maximus and rebranded as the Atlantic Coffee Solutions facility. Atlantic Coffee Solutions shut down the plant in 2018 when they went out of business. Leased by Elemental Processing in 2019 for hemp processing with plans to begin operations in 2020.
Indianapolis Branch Assembly Plant Indianapolis, IN U.S. 1957-2008 demolished in 2017 Steering gears
Kansas City Branch Assembly Plant Kansas City, MO U.S.
Long Island City Branch Assembly Plant Long Island City, Queens, NY U.S.
Los Angeles Branch Assembly Plant Los Angeles, CA U.S.
Louisville Branch Assembly Plant Louisville, KY U.S.
Memphis Branch Assembly Plant Memphis, TN U.S.
Milwaukee Branch Assembly Plant Milwaukee, WI U.S.
Minneapolis Branch Assembly Plant Minneapolis, MN U.S.
Montreal Assembly Plant Montreal, QC Canada
Oklahoma City Branch Assembly Plant Oklahoma City, OK U.S. Closed, 1968 Model Ts and Model As Located at 900 West Main, in Downtown, Oklahoma City. Had extensive access to rail via the Rock Island railroad. Production ended with the 1932 models. The plant was converted to a Ford Regional Parts Depot and remained so, until 1968 when the plant closed and was sold to The Fred Jones Companies, an authorized re-manufacturer of Ford and later on, also GM Parts. It remained the headquarters for operations of Fred Jones Enterprises (a subsidiary of The Fred Jones Companies) until Hall Capital, the parent of The Fred Jones Companies, entered into a partnership with 21c Hotels to open a location in the building. The 21c Hotel officially its hotel, restaurant and art museum in June, 2016 following an extensive remodel of the property.
Omaha Branch Assembly Plant Omaha, NE U.S.
Philadelphia Branch Assembly Plant Philadelphia, PA U.S.
Pittsburgh Branch Assembly Plant Pittsburgh, PA U.S. Operated from 1915–1932
Portland Branch Assembly Plant Portland, OR U.S.
San Francisco Branch Assembly Plant San Francisco, CA U.S.
Seattle Branch Assembly Plant #1 South Lake Union, Seattle, WA U.S. Operated from 1914-1932 Located at 1155 Valley Street, Seattle, WA 98109-4426
Seattle Branch Assembly Plant #2 Georgetown, Seattle, WA U.S. Operated from 1932-1940 Located at 4730 East Marginal Way, Seattle, WA 98134. Turned over to US Government for WWII production.
St. Louis Branch Assembly Plant St. Louis, MO U.S.
Vancouver Assembly Plant Vancouver, BC Canada Operated from 1919-1938 Located at 1188 Hamilton St, Vancouver B.C
Winnipeg Assembly Plant Winnipeg, MB Canada Operated from 1915-1941 Now known as the Robert Fletcher Building. Located at 1181 Portage Avenue


See alsoEdit


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  3. ^ "Porsche breaks ground in Hapeville on new North American HQ". CBS Atlanta.
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  11. ^ "Ford to close oldest Brazil plant, exit South America truck biz". Reuters. 2019-02-20. Retrieved 2019-03-07.
  12. ^ "Markets". The Globe and Mail.
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