Tomahawk, WI 07/01/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Ford To Use Natural Waste Recycled For Its Interior
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) along with H.J. Heinz Company together have taken an initiative, wherein the automobile company would be using recycled yarn, wood, t-shirts and jeans for their interior decoration. Moreover the company engineers are working with the soybean farmers to help them to convert the soy oil into the seat cushions. Also the auto company has contacted the Treasury Department of US, to help them to provide the destroyed US currency which can be converted into coin tray used in its cars.
The initiative has been taken by Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)’s biomaterials team to move towards the more nature friendly products instead of the traditional materials used for its interior. Ford has already taken the needful steps in the same direction wherein the company has started using recycled jeans and t-shirts for their interior padding. Recycled wood is been converted into interior trims; recycled yarn is been used for its upholstery and kenaf a well known plant fiber is turning out very helpful for the door support. In addition, the plastic storage bins are made out of wheat straw; recycled plastic water bottles have been converted to luxurious seat covers.
Alan Mulally’s Last Day At Ford
Alan Mulally would leave Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) on Tuesday, which would mark as the last day of his tenure as a Chief Executive Officer. Mulally joined Ford in 2006 when the current chairman Bill Ford was looking for a correct person to hold his chair and take the company to new heights. At that time the financial situation of the firm was quite weak and was on the verge of bankruptcy. At that time some initiative and tough decisions from the new CEO helped the business to come out from the trauma and, which eventually turned Bill’s decision right. Mark Fields, successor of Mulally would have a big challenge to accomplish the tasks initiated by the CEO.