Mexican health officials on May 12 reported its largest single-day jump in COVID-19 case numbers
Team from Toyota and Fanshawe College beats out more than 1,000 entries from 94 countries.
Health Department announced the plant will be able to go beyond basic operations this week and start making vehicles May 18.
California state law allows a fine of up to $1,000 a day or up to 90 days in jail for operating in violation of health orders.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says maybe May 17 in areas of the country that haven’t been hit hard by the virus.
Employees to get safety playbook plus personal protection and hygiene items, such as masks and sanitizer.
Update of the electric car company’s cruise control and auto-steer systems will slow the car whenever it detects a traffic light.
Detroit Three factories idling for more than a month due to fears of spreading the coronavirus.
Last year GM pulled the service from eight North American markets but kept Toronto and some US cities running.
Will design, build and install the two battery assembly conveyor lines for a global automaker’s electric vehicle production.
28% of its sites are operating on reduced hours while 7% are operating on a very limited basis.
Canadian plants are to resume production April 14, closures depending on government stay-in-place orders.
No automaker is anywhere close to making medical gear such as ventilators and remain months away – if not longer.
All plants closed from March 23 through April 3, with production resuming on April 6.
Partial closure of plants, deep cleaning and longer periods between shift enacted to protect employees.