Faraday Future Hosts First Global Supplier Summit

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LOS ANGELES, Feb 14, 2018 – Faraday Future (FF) today kicked off its first Global Supplier Summit at its headquarter in Gardena, California.  Nearly 200 representatives from more than 100 global suppliers joined this two-day event, a crucial gateway to achieving the first delivery of its flagship FF 91 by the end of 2018.

Faraday Future's Global Supplier Summit aims to reinforce the relationship between FF and its key suppliers. Participants include Bosch, LG Chem, Fuji Technical & Miyazu, Velodyne, Ricardo, and Fanuc among others. 

Nearly 200 representatives from more than 100 global suppliers joined FF's Global Supplier Summit.
Nearly 200 representatives from more than 100 global suppliers joined FF's Global Supplier Summit.

YT Jia, founder of FF, welcomed the participants and delivered an inspirational address to motivate the crowd at the event.

“FF 91 is a new species. It's more than an electric car – it's the third Internet living space,” said YT, “It would be impossible to deliver a ground-breaking vehicle like FF 91 without alignment with our top suppliers. Hosting innovative leaders in automotive and technology realms will help us successfully create momentum in our product development and deliver a high-quality product experience.”

Strengthening FF's Supply Chain Relationship

The executive team gave a comprehensive overview of FF's global strategy, vision, business plan and project updates. Additionally, suppliers were able to view the research and development center and held meetings with key department leaders and various business units.

“Our goal was for suppliers to walk away with renewed confidence about our plans and our funding, and judging by the overwhelming response, I think we've achieved that,” said Pablo Ucar, head of Supply Chain at FF. “FF 91 is a revolutionary and complex vehicle, with more than 2,000 parts and assemblies, so our relationship with our supplier partners is critical to achieving our admittedly aggressive goal of successfully delivering FF 91 by year end.”

Speeding Up FF 91 Production

After the first debut of its production-intent FF 91 at last year's CES, FF aims to fulfill delivery of the vehicle through its turn-key Hanford manufacturing facility, which will begin to come online toward the end of the first quarter.

“Our Hanford factory project is developing according to our planned schedule, and we appreciate the support give to us by the City of Hanford,” said Dag Reckhorn, SVP of Global Manufacturing. “We are well into the process of design and permitting and have begun planning our recruitment cadence. As of February 1st, the property has been completely vacated, so we will move forward on construction and equipment by the end of the quarter. We remain on an aggressive, yet workable timeline of year-end delivery for FF 91.”

FF's executive speakers included Pablo Ucar (VP of Supply Chain), Peter Savagian (SVP of Product Development), Nick Sampson (SVP of Product Strategy), Dag Reckhorn (SVP of Global Manufacturing), Matthias Aydt (VLE and Vehicle Chief Engineer), and Zack Fu (VP of R&D in FF China).

ABOUT FARADAY FUTURE
Faraday Future is a user-centric, advanced mobility company with headquarters in Southern California. Our global team leverages the talents of leading thinkers and passionate creators from the technology and automotive industries to bring premium, intuitive, and seamlessly connected electric vehicles to people worldwide.

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Brad grew up in a small town in northern Iowa. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children.
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