February 6, 2024

You Want Parts? Ford Philippines' Gonna Give You Parts

Ford Philippines is boosting parts availability and accessibility with a new and bigger parts distribution center, enhancing the overall ownership experience for its customers.

Located in Calamba, Laguna, Ford’s new parts facility has an area size of over 13,000 square meters, twice the size of the previous facility. With a bigger storage capacity, the facility can now store up to 100,000 vehicle parts, boosting Ford Philippines’ capability to deliver more parts to Ford dealerships nationwide. This would mean an enhanced experience for Ford customers, as parts will be available when needed with a shorter lead time.

The massive space is also equipped with a total of eight inbound and outbound docks that allow a faster and more seamless receiving and dispatch of vehicle parts.

With a bigger parts distribution center, Ford is also able to fulfill same-day delivery to its dealerships in Metro Manila and nearby areas, as well as daily delivery to its Ford dealerships in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

“Our commitment to delivering a next-generation Ford ownership experience remains a priority. With our new Ford parts facility now fully operational, both our dealers and customers will have better and faster access to parts,” says Mike Breen, managing director, Ford Philippines. “We look forward to giving our customers more confidence and peace of mind in owning a Ford on the back of improved parts availability.”

The new facility boasts of a modern building and racking infrastructure, with operations managed by DB Schenker, a global leader in logistics solutions and supply chain management.


  1. Na experience ko lang yung improvement sa Ford (at least in the dealership in our province) in terms of repairs/maintenance and logistics/parts availability. My unit needs to be replaced with new starter (under warranty) and they made the component available in less than 2 weeks (from inspection, placement of order and on site delivery/availability they will inform you) and they could have done the replacement as well hindi lang ako available sa schedule para pumunta ng casa. We may have different experiences but last year ok naman na experience ko at mabilis naman sila mag trabaho nag bibigay din sila ng update while nasa casa ang unit.

    Sorry for the long post.

  2. Long time coming! Mr. Breen should focus next on service centers. There are big gaps in several regions in PH. The lack of which turns away some would-be buyers and repeat customers.
    The dependability of products though, is a different issue.

  3. I deeply guess due to the impact of the Russian special military operation and Red Sea crisis that's already happening, then the effect on logistics and because Ford mostly focuses on European and North American markets means that this these even makes Ford to be a complete downer since the latter is a common trait to each US companies especially carmakers - given the acronym FORD means anything that reflects the brand being unmasked as a failure-prone carmaker like "Fix Or Repair Daily", "Failure On Research and Development" etc.

    Therefore as these could keep existing century by century, Ford tries very very hard to maintain its survival (as every American corporation does the same and that's not new though) by teaming up with automakers that could just have the Blue Oval to miss on something, for example Ford could try on to partner with Stellantis and have both to attempt on depending less on their respective markets like having Ford to help Stellantis more to navigate on other markets where Ford sells more cars like Southeast Asia (Philippines) and Oceania for examples.

    But regardless of the reliability, as its the main issues for both Ford and Stellantis - to which the latter has Peugeot and Philippine market absentees Citroen and Fiat, the idea of Ford joining forces with Stellantis just to enforce both to depend less on their home markets (North America and Europe) for something that one isn't doing well nor much (Southeast Asia and Oceania for Stellantis) could profoundly explain that Ford may end up trading its cars' platforms for one developed by Stellantis (Peugeot) that's now used in brands that merged with Peugeot like Fiat, Jeep etc. (If Filipinos may remember the last time Fiat sold cars in their country then the Fiat Uno was the only one and for example unlike Fiat means Ford could have the possibility to sell passenger cars in the Philippine and other Southeast Asian countries' markets using Peugeot-developed platforms/mechanicals.)


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