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Ford Credit Receives ‘Full Credit’ - Wins Award


Media Release
24 January, 2001

FORD CREDIT RECEIVES ‘FULL CREDIT’ FOR INTERNATIONAL AWARD WIN

Ford Credit, the world’s largest automotive financier, has awarded the New Zealand operation, Primus Financial Services, a prestigious international award.

The “Presidents Award” was established eight years ago by Edsel Ford to recognise locations that excel at customer, dealer and employee satisfaction and profit objectives.

Managing Director, Glenn Boyd, said that the award was directly attributable to the hard work done by the team, and the focus on developing strong customer and dealer relationships.

“Winning this award is recognition that our business practises are among the best in the world,” he said.

New Zealand is one of only twenty-four award winners selected from 269 participating Ford Credit/ Primus locations worldwide.

This is the eighth year that the Presidents’ Award has been presented, and the second time that Ford Credit New Zealand has won an award.

For more information contact Lisa Franklin, Public & Government Affairs
Ph. (09) 277 8556, Fax (09) 277 5055, Mob (025) 997 761, lfrankl3@ford.com

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