Asking for refunds from suppliers and talking about changes to future prices and design that will help it reduce costs.
Federal government announces contributions to seven companies.
Minister of economic development says the office will connect Ontario companies in Alberta in several key economic sectors.
APMA president is confident, but cognizant of the changing marketplace.
Acquisition will add to Winnipeg company’s product line.
Maker of iPhones and other gadgets pledges to review procurement procedures.
What to do when a supplier or customer runs into trouble.
Audit finds of 105 companies finds inadequate labour practices.
Samsung to examine labour practices at Chinese suppliers
Toyota president Akio Toyoda took the helm at Japan’s auto industry group with a promise to keep production and jobs at home to help along the country’s recovery.
Seven Canadian manufacturers walk away with awards for excellence in delivery, quality and value.
Now teetering on the edge of a recession, Canada’s economy has been dealt yet another unforeseen blow from none other than President Barack Obama.
Most of the charge represents deposits already paid
Canada’s automotive industry is in the midst of a major change. The economic downturn, legacy costs and a rapid decline in sales has pushed many parts suppliers and manufacturers to reduce costs. Companies are looking to adapt to the ever-changing…
Toyota is no longer first with automotive suppliers. Results of an annual OEM supplier relations study puts Japanese rival Honda in the top spot, occupied by Toyota since 2002, and Ford leading US OEMs with the highest rating ever achieved.…