SANHUA Automotive invited to Ford Museum’s Meeting

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 23, 2017 / — SANHUA Automotive was invited as guests by the Ford Piquette Museum to their annual meeting on April 23rd. In this meeting, they launched their new signage program. SANHUA Automotive was honored by the museum for their volunteer translation support in the Ford Museum 2017 Signage Project.

Our translators, Meng Yan and Yao Lingli, were the guests of honor at a gala award dinner meeting attended by all of the 135 Ford donor members on April 23. Many Ford employees were at the dinner including the President  & Vice President of the Ford Museum.

This SANHUA Automotive translation assistance to Ford is recorded forever on a plaque that will be displayed in the main hall of the museum. SANHUA Automotive translated 65 sign boards from the English language into Chinese.  The sign boards are now displayed at each Ford Model T vehicle in the museum. The signs describe information about each Model T including vehicle technical specifications, production history and a brief story about Ford’s innovation.

More about the Ford Piquette Museum:

The Ford Piquette museum is located in Detroit, Michigan, in a building that is best known as the birthplace of the Ford Model T. This former factory, located in the oldest automotive factory building in the world, is open to the general public.

During 1907, Henry Ford and a small team of dedicated engineers and draftsmen developed the Model T at this location.

The Ford Model T was the first automobile produced by the Ford Motor Company from 1908 to 1927.  It is regarded as the first affordable automobile  because of Ford’s efficient manufacturing, including the first automobile assembly line production.  The Ford Motor company eventually produced 15 million Model T Fords.