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Canadian suppliers interested in supplying Ford Motor Company will have their chance September 18 and October 13 during the company's Canadian Innovation Days.

The Canadian Innovation Days were created by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association (APMA) in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada and Export Development Canada. The events will be held at Ford's Dearborn, MI, facility September 18, 2014 and at its Cologne, Germany facility October 13, 2014.

APMA says each event is separate so interested suppliers must complete separate applications for each. The opportunity is open to new or existing Canadian suppliers with new technologies and to Canadian research organizations. Ford Motor Co. will review the applications submitted and make the selection of companies the will invite to each event.

Deadline for the Dearborn, MI, event is August 20, 2014.

Visit APMA online for information and registration.

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