Associations and Organizations
- Association of International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada
- Automotive Industries Association of Canada
- Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association
- Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
- Canadian Automobile Dealers Association
- Canadian Gas Association
- Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
- Canadian Plastics Industry Association
- Canadian Transportation Equipment Association
- Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association
- Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada
- North American Automobile Trade Association
- Propane Gas Association of Canada
- Rubber Association of Canada
- Transportation Equipment and Special Vehicles Manufacturers Association
- Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario
International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada
The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers of Canada (AIAMC) evolved from a sub-committee within the Canadian Importers Association in 1979, to become an independently incorporated, not-for-profit association in 1999. The AIAMC represents before federal, provincial and territorial governments the interests of members engaged in the manufacturing, importation, distribution and servicing of light duty vehicles. While the Association was initially dedicated to the interests of importers, it has broadened its focus as offshore-based companies have set up vehicle manufacturing plants in Canada.
Association of Canada
Automotive Industries Association of Canada is a national trade association in Canada which represents the automotive aftermarket industry. The aftermarket industry is composed of companies which manufacture, distribute, wholesale, and retail automotive replacement parts, accessories, tools, and service and repair equipment.
Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association
Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association is the national association representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies and services for the worldwide automotive industry. The Association was founded in 1952 and has 400 members which account for ninety percent of independent parts production in Canada.
Canadian Association of
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers represents the upstream producing sector of the petroleum industry. Member companies find, develop and produce more than 95 per cent of Canada's natural gas and crude oil. Those companies range in size from start-up operations to major integrated companies. Associate members provide a broad range of services to the upstream sector of Canada's petroleum industry.
Canadian Automobile Dealers Association
Canadian Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) represents franchised new automobile dealerships (both domestic and import) employing over 100,000 individuals across Canada. As small business members of virtually every community in Canada, the 3,000 CADA member dealers represent a key sector of the economy.
Canadian Gas Association
Founded in 1907, the Canadian Gas Association (CGA) is the voice of Canada's natural gas delivery industry. The Association is made up of over 125 companies, organizations and individuals who are involved in the delivery of natural gas in Canada and the United States.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
Current vision is to continuously improve the competitiveness of Canadian industry and to expand export business. This mission is to achieved by:
- aggressive, effective advocacy to government at all levels
- delivering timely, relevant information, programs and support of superior quality and value
- providing opportunities for education, learning and professional growth
- promoting the development and implementation of advanced technology
Canadian Plastics Industry
Canadian Plastics Industry Association is a new organization that builds on the strengths of the Society of Plastics Industry, the Canadian Plastics Institute and the Environment and Plastics Institute of Canada, as well as a number of regional organizations.
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association serves its members, the commercial vehicle manufacturers, their dealers, distributors, component manufacturers and service providers in the Canadian marketplace. Acting as a spokesperson and liason between the industry and government ministries, it promotes public awareness of the industry sector and its importance to the economy as well as maintaining a complete industry data base and providing a forum for networking within the Industry.
Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association
The Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association (CVMA) serves as an effective bridge between member companies and governments federally and provincially on issues that affect the automotive industry in Canada. The CVMA facilitates the development of a consensual, industry position on a variety of issues common to all member companies.
Japan Automobile Manufacturers
Association of Canada
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada was established as a non-profit trade association in 1984 in order to promote greater understanding between Canada and Japan on economic and trade matters pertaining to the automobile industry.
North American Automobile
North American Automobile Trade Association is an association of independent motor vehicle brokers who import and export vehicles to markets around the world.
Propane Gas Association of Canada
The Propane Gas Association of Canada is a national not-for-profit association for the Canadian propane industry dedicated to maximising the economic and environmental benefits of propane to Canadians, and promoting a safe and friendly product for all users from industrial to recreational.
Rubber Association of Canada
The Association represent major rubber manufacturers and rubber goods importers together with suppliers whose goods and services relate directly to the industry.
Transportation Equipment and Special Vehicles Manufacturers Association
Founded in 2000, the Association des manufacturiers d'equipments de transport et de vehicules speciaux (AMETVS), groups original equipment manufactures (OEM's), sub-contractors, distribution companies, and development organizations together with the goal of improving competitiveness. AMETVS is a non-profit organization working in close collaboration with Economic Development Canada for Quebec's regions. Currently AMETVS has over 260 members.
Used Car Dealers Association
The Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario, with a membership of over 3 000 motor vehicle dealers, represents the interests of the used vehicle industry with consumers, the media and government. It provides educational programmes for the industry and a free transactional mediation process for consumers.
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