Flavio Volpe nel Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness/ ‘Flavio Volpe in the Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness’
Corriere Canadese January 25, 2022 The Ontario government announced 10 members of the Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness, and among them, Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association. Read article (in Italian) here.
Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star January 24, 2022 Doug Ford is tapping 10 manufacturing, trade and union leaders to round out his Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness, including Flavio Volpe, CEO of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association. Read article here.
Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada January 24, 2022 A trio of Canadian auto industry executives have been named to Ontario’s new Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness, including Flavio Volpe, CEO, Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association. Read article here.
Ontario Newsroom January 24, 2022 Premier Doug Ford announced the creation of the Council in December 2021, with Unifor National President Jerry Dias as the Chair, which includes Flavio Volpe, CEO, Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, among other manufacturing, trade and union leaders. Read article here.
David Kennedy, Automotive News Canada December 8, 2021 “It’s never been more important that we stand tall and never relent,” Premier Doug Ford said at the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) conference in Vaughan, Ont. Tuesday. Read article here.
Grace Macaluso, Automotive News Canada August 07, 2019 A revolving door appears to have been installed at the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade. Vic Fedeli became the third minister in about a year to take over the cabinet portfolio that is of critical importance to the auto industry. The former treasurer […]
Ontario Minister Todd Smith joins us in the Boardroom to discuss the Province’s new plan for the Auto Sector: Driving Prosperity. It’s this government’s first offering to our sector and we were happy to have him join us to explain his government’s plan moving forward. Via:
Chester Dawson, Bloomberg March 28th, 2019Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is cutting about 1,500 jobs at a factory in Canada that’s scaling back production due to slowing minivan sales.The Italian-American automaker plans to eliminate the third shift at its assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario, beginning Sept. 30, according to an emailed statement. The company produces Chrysler […]