CBC News Windsor July 28, 2022 The move away from the policy means that billions in recent auto investments, in Canada and specifically in Windsor-Essex, can “hit the runway and start to take flight,” said Flavio Volpe, president of the APMA. Read article here.
Soaring steel prices eat into company profits, drive up building costs — and possibly what consumers pay
CBC News Windsor April 28, 2021 Flavio Volpe, head of APMA, quoted on the consequences of a rising steel price on industry. “If you’re selling a sedan or an SUV right now, the last thing you’re going to do in the middle of a pandemic is raise the price.” Read the full article here.
Chris Ensing, CBC Windsor News August 17 Flavio Volpe sits down with Chris Ensing to discuss vehicle and part sales over the past three months, as well as how automotive suppliers are adjusting to the medical equipment space. Segment begins at 7:50.
CBC News Windsor, March 19, 2020 As auto plants in North America temporarily close due to concerns about coronavirus, Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, is working on having auto parts manufacturers adapt to produce medical supplies. Volpe said manufacturers can make 500,000 of a given part every year. Right now, the […]