FORD - E-3
BRANDING AND CODING
|Publication Date:||31 December 2011|
Directive E-108: Global Automotive Parts Trademark precedes this
document. In the event Directive E-108 disagrees with the content
of this standard, E-108 shall prevail. See the Ford Legal Access
As stated in Directive E-108:
"Automotive parts produced for the Company from tooling which is refurbished, modified, transferred or newly created for parts released on or after August 1, 2002, must comply with this Directive in accordance with established engineering change procedures. This requirement applies whether tooling for a part is owned by suppliers or by the Company. It also applies to parts made from new tooling added to increase capacity and to parts being sourced to a new supplier."
This standard describes Product Engineering drafting practices related to the application or exemption of Ford Motor Company Trademarks to production or service parts and assemblies. Questions regarding E-108 directive should be directed to email@example.com
Automotive parts used to produce or service Company vehicles, or accessories marketed for them, must have three permanent markings: an appropriate Company trademark, a unique engineering part number and a supplier code.