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Source: Daily News | 2013-05-16
The Automotive Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) has announced the date, location and theme for its 43rd annual Automotive Innovation Awards Gala.
Source: Daily News | 2013-05-15
In service of pent-up consumer demand, the North American auto industry launched approximately 70 all-new vehicle models each year for the next five years, translating into an "historic" wealth of new work that will be up for bids to North...
Source: Daily News | 2013-05-13
Canadian auto parts giant Magna International Inc. hiked its full-year sales forecasts after posting a better-than-expected profit and a 9 per cent rise in revenue in the first quarter of 2013.
Source: Daily News | 2013-05-08
The Canadian auto parts industry performed well last year in select markets including the U.S. and Mexico, as well as advances in sales to India and South Korea, according to a new Scotiabank report.
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-23
In a bid to boost its profile as a manufacturing systems supplier to North America’s auto sector, automation supplier KUKA Systems Group has purchased the plant engineering business of Michigan-based welding equipment maker Utica...
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-17
Despite job losses, U.S. industrial output rose in March as cold weather kept utilities busy generating heat and a surge in auto production helped offset broader weakness in manufacturing.
Source: Daily News | 2013-04-03
It didn't last: sales of cars and light trucks in Canada recorded a modest slip last month compared with the recording-setting pace set in March 2012.
Source: Daily News | 2013-03-18
A group of Canadian automotive suppliers have been recognized by General Motors as the automaker unveiled its 21st annual Supplier of the Year award winners earlier this month.
Source: Daily News | 2013-03-13
The majority of light vehicles sold in Canada are built in North American plants, with approximately a quarter of new vehicles sourced from overseas production facilities, according to new data from DesRosiers Automotive Consultants.
Source: Daily News | 2013-03-11
General Motors Canada is investing $250 million in its assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., to “support future vehicle production,” the automaker announced.