|New carbon fibre for thermoplastics|
|Ford introduces ‘tomato fibre’|
|No ‘one-size-fits-all’ for Ford|
|C-Grid comes to Europe|
|Handy app for composites from OC|
|The outperforming polymer for tooling|
|Fast track to sustainability|
Wheat straw as a replacement for fibreglass and recycled nylon turned into new resins for composite parts are among the latest innovations from Ford.
Ford vehicles are now 85% recyclable by weight and in 2009 the company says it saved approximately $4.5 million by using recycled materials and diverted between 25 and 30 million pounds of plastic from landfills in North America alone.