Europe's largest carmaker, Volkswagen, is investing up to $7 billion to build a battery gigafactory in St. Thomas, Ontario - the biggest single investment ever in Canada’s electric-vehicle supply chain.
Dot Foods, Inc., the largest food industry redistributor in North America plans to begin construction of a new $39 Million, 126,500-SQ-FT distribution center this spring near the 401 in Ingersoll. The facility is expected to open in 2023 and will create 200 jobs.
Unifor members at CAMI Assembly in Ingersoll, Ont. made it official Monday by ratifying an agreement to convert the plant to Canada's first electric vehicle manufacturer. A $1 billion investment from General Motors means work will begin immediately to ready the plant to begin van production in November and gives employees a 10-year promise of job security.
The Town of Tillsonburg is pleased to announce that Systemair has purchased a property located at 10 Rouse Street, adjacent to and directly east of their existing facility at 8 Rouse Street in Tillsonburg. This acquisition will enable Systemair to increase their vertical integration and bring additional jobs to Tillsonburg.
The Town of Ingersoll is thrilled to be recognized at the 2019 Canadian International Autoshow in the Chevrolet exhibit. “Proudly Made in Ingersoll, Ontario” is prominently displayed on every Chevrolet Equinox at the Autoshow.
The Entrepreneur Opportunity Network (EON) is an initiative at Ryerson University with the goal of ensuring young Ontario Entrepreneurs have access to a wide range of mentors, networks, resources and thought leadership regardless of the community they call home.
The Town of Tillsonburg congratulates Titan Trailers Inc on their acquisition of the 1 Clearview Drive and 3500 Highway 3 properties in the Town of Tillsonburg. The purchase of the approximately 50 acre site with 270,000 square feet is in addition to a recent expansion at their Delhi location in Norfolk County.
In the presence of Trevor Birtch, Mayor of the City of Woodstock, Mr. Richard Voyer, Executive Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer, unveiled the products to be manufactured at SOPREMA’s new plant in Woodstock, Ontario, and symbolically marked the beginning of construction works.
Ontario is partnering with SOPREMA Canada and Hino Motors Canada to drive economic growth, creating more than 60 new jobs and supporting 100 existing positions in southwestern Ontario. Kathryn McGarry, MPP for Cambridge, made the announcement today at Bend All Automotive in Ayr on behalf of Jeff Leal, Minister Responsible for Small Business.