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There are currently 11,380 total retail unscheduled orders as of 11/27/23.

Retail USOB: Is the current mix of retail orders in the unscheduled order bank (USOB) at the time the report was run. The report only looks at orders that are “clean”, meaning they do not have a compatibility error, material hold or on 99 priority code.

See previous commodity report.


Ford Bronco Latest 2024 Bronco Production Key Commodity Constraints + Total Retail Unscheduled Orders (11/27/23) page 8
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There are currently 11,380 total retail unscheduled orders as of 11/27/23.

Retail USOB: Is the current mix of retail orders in the unscheduled order bank (USOB) at the time the report was run. The report only looks at orders that are “clean”, meaning they do not have a compatibility error, material hold or on 99 priority code.

See previous commodity report.


Ford Bronco Latest 2024 Bronco Production Key Commodity Constraints + Total Retail Unscheduled Orders (11/27/23) page 8
so if I ordered a wild trak, lux at a priority 10 on august 16, and its showing 15% US capacities, what does that mean?
 

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I am a little confused ( that’s easy for me! )

I see that there is no capacity for the advanced 4X4 system. However, I see lots of Badlands and Sasquatch units listed. Don’t all of these have the advanced 4x4 system?

am I missing something —- Or do they not count the advanced 4X4 system if it is part of a larger build (sas or badlands) And only treated as a standalone option as having no availability.

Thanks!
 

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Seeing the jump in orders in the order banks, I assume this now includes both 2023 and 2024?
 

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Here's how I understand this chart to be read. Let's use an example. Simplifying things, let's say 1000 Broncos have been ordered that are yet to be scheduled. In each row, the US Capacities column states what percentage of Broncos ordered with that option can be satisfied. Of the 1000 in this example, using the chart, 897 people ordered a hard top which is 89.7% of all orders. Well, Ford can only handle 670 hard tops (67%). The difference being 23% rounded. 23% of orders cannot currently be fulfilled.

Now, what I don't understand about these numbers is does that mean that 23% of orders can't be scheduled at all in 2024, or is it just for the month, week?
 

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Seeing the jump in orders in the order banks, I assume this now includes both 2023 and 2024?
I was wondering the same thing. Wonder how long I will be waiting for a Manual Transmission.
 

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so if I ordered a wild trak, lux at a priority 10 on august 16, and its showing 15% US capacities, what does that mean?
This is confusing:
US capacities, is how much production capacity of UnScheduled (US) orders they can produce at the plant of a certain trim.
UnScheduled capacities for Wildtrak is 15 % of the total production capacities.
Let's say they can produce about 120,000 Broncos a year (approximate 2022 production number),
that's 10,000 a month.
15% of these will be Wildtrak trim, meaning they can produce about 1,500 Wildtraks a month.
Currently there are only 1,861 Unscheduled Wildtraks in the USOB (UnSchedueled Order Banks),
so your vehicle should be scheduled within the next couple of months.
 

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This is confusing:
US capacities, is how much production capacity of UnScheduled (US) orders they can produce at the plant of a certain trim.
UnScheduled capacities for Wildtrak is 15 % of the total production capacities.
Let's say they can produce about 120,000 Broncos a year (approximate 2022 production number),
that's 10,000 a month.
15% of these will be Wildtrak trim, meaning they can produce about 1,500 Wildtraks a month.
Currently there are only 1,861 Unscheduled Wildtraks in the USOB (UnSchedueled Order Banks),
so your vehicle should be scheduled within the next couple of months.
Thankyou for explaining!
 

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Here's how I understand this chart to be read. Let's use an example. Simplifying things, let's say 1000 Broncos have been ordered that are yet to be scheduled. In each row, the US Capacities column states what percentage of Broncos ordered with that option can be satisfied. Of the 1000 in this example, using the chart, 897 people ordered a hard top which is 89.7% of all orders. Well, Ford can only handle 670 hard tops (67%). The difference being 23% rounded. 23% of orders cannot currently be fulfilled.

Now, what I don't understand about these numbers is does that mean that 23% of orders can't be scheduled at all in 2024, or is it just for the month, week?
production capacity has the basis of total production in a year.
USOB percentage is a percentage of orders in the UnScheduled Order Banks, (USOB), it just gives you a picture of the mix of UnSheduled Orders in the order banks.
So you cannot use the percentage of production, and compare it to the percentage of orders, since they have different bases.
 

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I was wondering the same thing. Wonder how long I will be waiting for a Manual Transmission.
I’m a little confused by the capacity for the manual transmissions. Is the 0% Capacity just for this week/month? If not, I’m a bit confused about when they will get some capacity for the manual, if ever.
 

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I should probably make comprehensive post about this cause people get confused about this chart every single time it gets posted.

This commodity report is only valid at the time the report was generated, it is not indicative of the entire production year. That said, if you track these reports over time, it is often a good indicator of the constraints Ford has, and those constaints MAY last the entire production year.

Super hyper-simplified example using 2-door hard tops: Say Ford builds 5000 units in a single period. A maximum of 925 units can be a 2-door hard top. Which means... in effect... out of the 2102 unscheduled orders, 55% of them have zero chance of being scheduled during this production period. If nothing changes, and all 925 2-doors happened to get scheduled (highly unlikely), during the next production period the percentage of orders that have zero chance of being scheduled will reduce to 21%.

The reason why it is reported as percentages is simply because the number of unscheduled orders and the commodity constraints are constantly changing. What's ultimately important is the ratio (or delta) between the commodity constraint percentages and the USOB mix, which Ford expresses in the far right column. If the number is zero or positive, that indiciates Ford has the correct ratio of commodities for the outstanding order mix.

Or... to put it more simply: If the number is black (positive), it indicates there is a very good chance that the vast majority of unscheduled orders with those options will be scheduled during the production year (assuming Ford does not overcommit). If the number is red (negative), that indicates that orders with those options are likely to be passed up for scheduling due to the constraints, have long wait times associated with them, and ultimately may not be scheduled this production year depending on the number of oustanding unscheduled orders at the end of the year.
 

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I’m a little confused by the capacity for the manual transmissions. Is the 0% Capacity just for this week/month? If not, I’m a bit confused about when they will get some capacity for the manual, if ever.
Last week it showed only 3 orders for manuals. :rolleyes:

Based on the apparent parts shortage for the manual TSB, maybe they were waiting to see if the fix actually solved the problem before producing more?
 

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Last week it showed only 3 orders for manuals. :rolleyes:

Based on the apparent parts shortage for the manual TSB, maybe they were waiting to see if the fix actually solved the problem before producing more?
Think you may be right hopefully they figure it out.
 

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So the number of unscheduled order went up by over 3K and the 2023 banks were closed. It would be confusing to include 2024 orders and there should be way more than 3K of them. So what does this mean for the 2023 people with less than a month of production to go. Are all scheduled that will be and this is just 2024 orders but the other stats do not support this.

This also indicates the 4A line item is not associated with Sasquatch or Badlands and must be non-sas models that added it. Good to know. By the way since you have 4A lying around could you please add it to my 2024 non-sas OBX order. It is the one thing I an missing from the 2023 version.

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