If you've ever so much as seen a vehicle in your life, chances are you've heard of the Ford Motor Company (Ford, for short).
There are few brands that have been as successful as Ford, rising in the early 1900s and coming into its own during the golden days of automotive design. Today, Ford is still considered one of the Big Three in the U.S, right alongside General Motors (GM) and Fiat Chrysler (Chrysler).
The Ford Motor Company is the second-largest manufacturer of motor vehicles in the United States and the fifth-largest in the entire world. Ford boasts a multi-national presence in dozens of countries spread across every single inhabited continent on the planet and a distribution network to match.
First and foremost, Ford is a designer. The company designs, produces, and sells pieces, parts, and hardware for Ford vehicles. That is to say that, with only a few notable exceptions, Ford only creates (original equipment manufacturer) OEM products, specifically those that are designed to fit into vehicles of their design.
The positive side of that is that it is incredibly easy to customize your Ford vehicle, whether you drive a casual pickup, a heavy-duty big rig, or just about anything in between. For example, we carry over 25,000 OEM products from Ford and we are constantly adding more.
With that level of global popularity, it's massive distribution network, and an incredible level of versatility in its products, it's no wonder that Ford remains one of the biggest names in trucking the world over.