Tonight, Ford Motor Company will deliver a briefing at a form of the G7 Alliance on Resource Efficiency in Washington, D.C., regarding its Partnership for A Cleaner Environment (PACE) program. The goal of PACE is to share best practice details with suppliers in order help them minimize their impact on the environment.

“We are committed to expanding our stewardship with our global suppliers to help minimize our environmental impact more broadly,” said Hau Thai-Tang, Ford group vice president, global purchasing. “By sharing our practices and our processes at the G7 Alliance on Resource Efficiency workshop, we hope to foster innovation and collaboration to address sustainability-related issues and advance environmental responsibility.”

Testing for the PACE program began in 2014 and has since expanded to 25 strategic suppliers representing 800 sites in 41 countries. Ford has a long history of commitment to limiting its impact on the environment. Recently, the automaker was named to Ethisphere Institute's list of "World's Most Ethical Companies" for the seventh year in a row. Ford is the only maker included on the list.

 

 

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