Toronto – April 21, 2020
The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association announced today that Kim Thiara, President and CEO of AceTronic Industrial Controls Inc and the Chair for the Toronto Chapter of CAMM (Canadian Association of Mold Makers) has joined its Board of Directors for the upcoming year. Her election to the Board in April signals the continued strength of Canadian mold makers in the global automotive sector.
Since its establishment in 1983, AceTronic Industrial Controls Inc. has provided advanced solutions for the plastics processing sector, based upon its in-house technical knowledge and wide product base. Kim Thiara has been instrumental in positioning AceTronic as a leader in the plastics market. She has spent the last 25 years establishing a name for herself as the best source for Repair, Calibration & Plastic Processing Products, culminating in the 2008 purchase of AceTronic, a company founded by her father, Harb Mushiana.
APMA is Canada’s national association representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies, advanced technology, and services for the worldwide automotive industry. The Association was founded in 1952 and its members account for 90% of independent parts production in Canada. In 2018, automotive parts shipments were over $35 Billion and the industry employment level was over 100,000 people.
“I am truly honoured to have been offered this opportunity with the APMA. With my sincere passion for the manufacturing industry of Canada to thrive and grow, I look forward to being a part of this extraordinary association. We are possibly be at a very pivotal moment for our country in recognizing the wealth and strength of our manufacturing capabilities. I look forward to these challenging yet exciting times with much anticipation,” said Kim Thiara, President and CEO of AceTronic Industrial Controls Inc.
“What Kim has accomplished at AceTronic is amazing, and we are honoured to have her leadership on the board at the APMA”, said Flavio Volpe, President of the APMA.