Ford Refreshes Collision Truckload Program with 52 New Parts - BodyShop Business

Ford Refreshes Collision Truckload Program with 52 New Parts

Along with 52 new parts, including 20 fascias, Ford announced an average overall list price reduction of 11 percent.

Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) announced it has added 52 new parts to its Collision Parts Truckload Program, including 20 fascias, with an average overall list price reduction of 11 percent. The program is now in its 14th year and continues to play a key role in helping collision repairers deliver high-quality, cost-effective repairs to their customers, according to FCSD.

By offering Ford and Lincoln wholesaling dealers competitive prices on bulk purchases of high-volume collision parts, FCSD  says the Truckload Program allows them to compete more effectively against non-OEM copy parts and other parts specified by insurance customers. This allows for a win-win-win situation for insurance companies, body shops and the consumer, according to FCSD.

“We’re continually evaluating programs to keep the most in-demand parts competitive,” said George Gilbert, truckload program manager for FCSD. “With over 430 high-demand parts currently available on the truckload program, repairers and insurers can offer our customers — Ford vehicle owners — the genuine replacement parts they want and expect at competitive prices.”

Along with the fascias, three wheels, one car radiator, three grilles/GORs/GOPs, two headlamps, two parking lamps, two tail lamps, one fog lamp, eight valances, six mirrors and four steel bumpers have been added to the program.

It currently covers more than a dozen part types, including bumper fascias, steel bumpers, bumper bars, exterior lighting, mirrors, grilles, car and truck radiators, wheels, header panels, grilles/GORs/GOPs, isolators/impact pads/shafts, valances and radiator condenser modules.

More information:

Email the Ford Collision Truckload Program Hotline at [email protected]

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