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Automobile Jobs in Canada

Automobile jobs in Canada attract youngsters for they are high paying and offer exciting work environment. With huge potential, retail sales in the aftermarket are over $18 billion in the automobile industry of Canada. Moreover, the Canadian automotive aftermarket is about the same size as the clothing industry. It is even larger than the furniture industry and generates direct employment in the aftermarket

Automotive Industries Association (AIA)

Representing automobile manufacturers, re-builders, manufacturer agents, warehouse distributors, national distributors, buying groups, wholesalers, machine shops, retailers, etc. in Canada, AIA is a national trade association. Automobile jobs in Canada are in plenty as AIA and its members itself offer 410,700 automobile jobs in Canada. Leading members of the association deal in automobile manufacturing, distributing and installing automotive replacement parts, accessories, tools, and equipment, etc.

Automotive Industry in Canada

The mammoth size of automobile industry in Canada can be guessed from the fact that if the automotive aftermarket industry were considered a distinct industry it would be larger than Mining and Oil/G, Computer & Electronics, Plastics and Rubber Products, Forestry & Logging, Automotive Vehicle Assembly, and Aerospace Manufacturing amongst others. Generating ample automobile jobs in Canada, auto companies provide well paid jobs to technical and non-technical persons

According to sources 40% or 90,000, of the 220,000 aftermarket employees are general automotive service technicians in Canada. Moreover, approximately 28,723 traditional automotive aftermarket repair facilities in Canada - approximately 95% are owned and operated by entrepreneurs. More than 18 million light vehicles registered for use on Canadian roads and 20,000 unique combinations of engines and body styles on the road today generate a number of automobile jobs in Canada

Leading Automobile Companies in Canada

General Motors Canada

Established in the year 1918, GM Canada is a leading automobile company in Canada. It was formed after buying up of McLaughlin Motor Car Co. and is Canadian branch of General Motors. The company has its headquarter at Canadian Regional Engineering Centre. However, manufacturing is done at Oshawa, Ontario. Owing to recession, the company suffered heavy losses and rescued by the Canadian and Ontario government who granted a combined loan commitment of C$3 billion.

Chrysler Canada Inc.

Coming into existence in 1925, Chrysler Canada Inc. is Chrysler's Canadian division. It was formed after buying up of Maxwell-Chalmers plant in Windsor Ontario which produced some well known Chrysler models. Offering numerous automobile jobs in Canada, Chrysler Canada Inc. sells three brands, e.g. Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler. Whereas Dodge is a mainstream car, truck and van line, Jeep is the off-road brand. On the other hand Chrysler is the company's current luxury or entry-luxury brand.

Honda Canada Inc.

Operating in Canada automobile industry from the year 1986, Honda Canada Inc. is the Canadian division of the Honda Motor Company of Japan. Headquartered at Toronto, Ontario in Canada, Honda Canada Inc. purchased land in Richmond Hill, Ontario so that it can manufacture auto parts for its global operations. Later on the office was switched over to Markham.

An advance technical training centre was opened in Boucherville in more than 15,000 square meters. Today, Honda Canada Inc. has two assembly plants located in Alliston, Ontario, north of Toronto and generate huge number of automobile jobs in Canada.

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