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News Automotive Manufacturing Economy General
November 28, 2018  

Canada’s auto industry at risk if GM closes Oshawa plant: Dias

Unifor leader calls on Trudeau to work with Trump to keep manufacturing jobs from shifting south.

News Automotive Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations Economy General Operations Production
September 3, 2014  

Analysts fear auto industry returning to bad habits of the past

Pent-up demand is ebbing, with sales predicted to grow at the slowest pace since the financial crisis.

News Automotive Government Manufacturing Business Operations General
May 26, 2014  

US auto parts price fixing probe reverberates across industry

Thirty-four individuals have been charged and 27 companies have pleaded guilty, agreeing to pay more than $2.3 billion in fines.

News Automotive Business Operations Operations Production
November 29, 2013  

Cars made in Mexico may look identical, but safety depends on their final destination

Cars destined for Latin American markets are often produced without antilock braking systems, electronic stability control, or more than two air bags.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Sustainability Technology
September 20, 2013  

PLANT print issue: Canada’s eroding auto industry

Without more investment, it will run out of gas.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Sustainability Technology
June 10, 2013  

US auto industry about to go on hiring spree to meet rising demand

As capacity continues to improve, auto and parts companies will add floor space and spent million on new equipment.

News Business Operations
December 8, 2011  

Action Plan to streamline Canada/US trade

The Action Plan on Regulatory Co-operation announced Dec. 7 aims to do away with the “tyranny of small differences” between Canada and US trade regulations.

News Business Operations
December 8, 2010  

Missing the boat

Several months of weak global car sales ended in September with the strongest year-over-year increase since May and Scotia Economics is forecasting sales this year will top 56 million units, a 5-million unit improvement over 2009.