Ontario mobilizing manufacturing to fight COVID-19
New website seeks ideas, solutions, innovations to ramp up production of needed coronavirus supplies.
Canadian auto sector starting to feel effect of GM strike in US
Companies are looking to adjust production schedules to adapt to the disruption.
Japan’s auto OEMs: Their rising influence in Canada’s industry
The Japanese brand is expanding its footprint amid changing trade conditions.
NAFTA: Political heavyweights hit Washington in hunt for deal
People briefed on developments say a deal is possible as early as this week, based on a variety of factors.
Auto disruption: APMA focuses on tech, trade and Trump
The automotive parts association’s annual conference for suppliers set a positive note despite uncertainties globally and closer to home.
Another bump in the road
TPP auto parts concessions cut deeper than advertised.
Mind the curve
There are new challenges, but automotive opportunities are plentiful.
Introducing the Connected Car
APMA-led project meets growing demand for automotive technology convergence.
Q&A: APMA president Steve Rodgers
APMA president is confident, but cognizant of the changing marketplace.
Best of times, worst of times
Automotive sales are great, but investment is going south.