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Portage will be in the UK for "a long while" in spite of worries about the effect of the Brexit vote, the organization's CEO has said.
Be that as it may, Mark Fields told the BBC he couldn't ensure assembling would stay once Britain leaves the EU.
He rehashed Ford's position that a facilitated commerce understanding should be come to with the European Union.
Portage utilizes 13,000 individuals in the UK, with motor generation lines in Dagenham and Bridgend.
The US organization has been diminishing its assembling limit in Europe as of late and halting making vehicles in the UK in 2013 after over 100 years.

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Mr Fields stated: "We have to ensure that the greater part of our offices around the globe are comprehensively aggressive.
"We are extremely pleased to be in the UK and we will be in the UK for a long while yet it will be truly essential, especially in light of the fact that Article 50 is presently set off, that from our outlook there should be unhindered commerce between the UK and the mainland."
Inquired as to whether Ford would continue fabricating in the UK he stated: "I can't ensure anything, no one can ensure anything over numerous years."
Industry exchange body the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said in January that instability around Brexit and the UK's future exchanging plans had hit interest in the auto segment.
Despite the fact that Toyota has declared new speculation, the Japanese auto monster said "proceeded with duty and-hindrance free market access between the UK and Europe... will be fundamental for future achievement".
Nissan declared it would construct the new Qashqai and the X-Trail SUV at its Sunderland plant taking after government "support and confirmations" after the Brexit vote.

Mr Fields stated: "I think our expectation is ensuring that our UK business stays exceptionally solid and that is the reason we're connecting with the administrations to have the capacity to state this is what we think we have to ensure that that remaining parts a plausibility and we remain over the mainland and in the UK and we have a sound business in Europe."

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8th April, 2017 @ 12:55 PM CEST

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