Gloria Galloway, Automotive News Canada March 23, 2022 Canadian Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association President Flavio Volpe and Ontario Premier Doug Ford were in Washington this week to lobby against U.S. protectionist measures. Read article here.
Ottawa Business Journal March 21, 2022 Flavio Volpe, president of the Auto Parts Manufacturers’ Association, a prominent member of Canada’s auto sector, said he’s already getting an earful from U.S. officials. Read article here.
Katie Simpson, CBC News March 21, 2022 Flavio Volpe, Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association president, says the damage of the Ambassador Bridge blockade remains a distraction. Watch here.
Edward Keenan, Toronto Star March 21, 2022 Flavio Volpe of the Automotive Parts Manufacturer’s Association wrote that the strike had been raised by Americans four times in the first few hours of meetings he attended in D.C. Read article here.
James McCarten, Toronto Star March 21, 2022 For Flavio Volpe, head of the APMA, the goal had been to mitigate the damage Canada’s reputation as a reliable supplier suffered during last month’s weeklong blockade of the Ambassador Bridge. Read article here.
John Irwin, Automotive News Canada December 13, 2021 Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) discusses how automakers may turn to low cost overseas jurisdictions for parts and pay a tariff penalty rather that use regional suppliers. Read article here.
The Tom McConnell Show, NewsTalk 610 December. 6, 2021 Flavio Volpe, head of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, discusses his recent trip to Washington to pressure the White House and defend Canada’s automotive industry. Listen here.
Nick Taylor-Vaisley, Politico December 3, 2021 Pushing back on the controversial EV tax credit in President Bidens’s Build Back Better plan, now in the hands of the U.S. Senate, International Trade Minister Mary Ng brought APMA President Flavio Volpe to meetings with Sen. Hagerty and Sen. Blackurn. Read coverage here.
Katie Simpson, CBC The National December 2, 2021 Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, is included in the CBC National’s coverage of the Capitol Hill quest with Mary Ng for clarity, correction and cooperation on harmful US EV tax credits. Watch here.
David Booth, Driving.ca, Special to Financial Post December 1, 2021 ‘Build Back Better’ may stimulate the American auto industry, but it will kill Canada’s. “This discriminatory action” could be the “death knell” of the Canadian auto industry says Flavio Volpe, president of the Auto Parts Manufacturers’ Association of Canada. Read article here.