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Ford Adds New Collision Parts to “Truckload Program”

Ford Motor Company’s Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) has added 45 new collision parts to its “Truckload Program,” which offers deep discounts to collision repair shops and Ford and Lincoln Mercury dealers that purchase in bulk quantities.
 
More than 360 popular parts make up the program. The 45 new parts, including grilles, fascias, mirrors, exterior lights and steel bumpers, are available at discounts of as much as 22 percent off list prices.  
 
“The program improves with additional product and features each year,” said George Gilbert, Truckload Program manager for FCSD. “The feedback from our dealers, repairers and insurers enables us to continually help reduce repair cycle time and lower overall collision repair costs.” 
 
The list price reductions, in combination with reduced packaging costs, are passed on to all collision repair shops that purchase the high-volume truckload parts through participating Ford, Lincoln and Mercury dealers.
 
For more information, contact your local Ford, Lincoln and Mercury collision parts wholesaling dealer or the Ford Collision Parts Hotline at [email protected].

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