Japanese-brand car makers created 47 percent of light vehicles produced in Canada.


 I utilized about 40 percent of Canada’s automotive industry workforce in 2018, as indicated by a report discharged by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada (JAMA Canada).

The report, The Economic Contributions of the Japanese-Brand Automotive Industry in Canada, 2001-2018, was set up for JAMA Canada by Greig Mordue (McMaster University) and Brendan Sweeney (Trillium Center for Advanced Manufacturing/APRC). It uncovers the Japanese-brand automotive industry in Canada utilized in excess of 94,000 individuals in 2018 – 14,560 in vehicle fabricating, 17,776 in parts producing, and 58,343 in Japanese-brand new vehicle vendors.

The report additionally assesses the Japanese-brand automobile industry in Canada bolsters in excess of 218,000 occupations crosswise over Canada through immediate, halfway, and turn off business.

“This refreshed examination exhibits that regardless of generous rebuilding and change in Canada’s automobile industry, the financial commitments of Japanese-brand automotive producers, businesses, automotive parts, and tire makers keep on being considerable,” said Dave Gardner, Chairman, JAMA Canada, and President/CEO, Honda Canada. “JAMA Canada individuals are focused on proceeding to extend and develop their commitments through progressing interest in vehicle and parts producing, dissemination, deals and administration framework, and work development.”


Japanese-brand automotive makers delivered 930,040 vehicles and light-obligation trucks in Canada in 2018, with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada creating almost 500,000 and Honda Canada more than 430,000. Toyota works gathering plants in Cambridge and Woodstock, Ontario, and Honda of Canada works get together and motor assembling plants and an assembling and handling office in Alliston, Ontario. This denotes Honda’s most noteworthy ever levels of Canadian creation and pursues huge ventures at their gathering complex start in 2017. In 2018, Hino Motors Canada delivered a record of 2,873 medium-obligation trucks at their plant in Woodstock, Ontario.


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