AutoLatina. AutoLatina was a joint venture between Volkswagen Group subsidiary Volkswagen do Brasil (51%) and Ford Motor Company subsidiary Ford Brasil (49%) in South America.
Autolatina -- Brazil's largest non-state-owned company and Argentina's second-largest automaker -- is 51% owned by VW and 49% owned by Ford. The company has 47% of the Brazilian market and a 30% ...
A Autolatina foi uma joint venture formada entre a Ford e a Volkswagen nos mercados brasileiro e argentino, entre 1987 e 1996 . Em 1987 Volkswagen e Ford anunciaram um acordo que formaria um gigante teoricamente imbatível no mercado, a Autolatina. Integrando as fábricas e operações das duas empresas, a ideia era compartilhar os custos e ...
Autolatina is a joint venture between Ford and Volkswagen. The company is privately held and has its facilities in Brazil and Argentina. Autolatina manu- factures cars and small trucks.
The “Autolatina-revival” deal Ford made with Volkswagen is supposed to be as temporary as the original arrangement in South America.
Autolatina; Acrónimo: AL: Tipo: Subsidiaria: Industria: Automóvil: Fundación: 1 de julio de 1987: Disolución: 31 de diciembre de 1995: Sede central: General Pacheco, Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina. São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brasil. Marcas: Ford Motor Company Volkswagen: Productos: Automóviles camiones furgonetas
Autolatina wis the name o a joint venture atween Volkswagen Group subsidiary Volkswagen do Brasil an Ford Motor Company subsidiary Ford do Brasil in Sooth Americae. Four divisions - Ford o Argentinae , Ford do Brasil (Ford o Brasil), Volkswagen Argentinae, an Volkswagen do Brasil - formed AutoLatina in 1987.
Autolatina, a joint venture of Ford and Volkswagen (VW), was created in 1987 in Brazil. The partners created the new company in order to serve the highly protected car markets of Brazil and Argentina from within. In addition, their goal was to create a giant theoretically invincible in the Latin American market.
VW and Ford confirmed last week that Autolatina SA, Latin America's largest automaker, will be dissolved within a year. Autolatina operates eight assembly and component plants and employs 65,000.
Autolatina enabled both companies to serve an important country from within, and reduced operational costs for both partners. Developments: New Competition and the Emergence of MERCOSUR During the 1990s, conditions shifted in Brazil, and Autolatina was caught unprepared by renewed economic growth.