Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Motor Vehicle Transmission and Power Train Parts Manufacturing - 33635

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and rebuilding motor vehicle transmission and power train parts.

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    Example Activities:
    Assembly line rebuilding of automotive, truck and bus transmissions
    Axle assemblies, differential and rear, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Clutch assemblies, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Clutch assemblies, automotive, truck and bus, rebuilding
    Gears (i.e., crown, pinion, spider), automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Joints, universal, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Pressure and clutch plate assemblies, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Torque converters, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Transaxles, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Transmissions and parts, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing
    Universal joints, automotive, truck and bus, manufacturing

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

94

0-99 Employees

65.8%

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Average revenue

$1.1
million

Profitable

81.1%

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Salaries

$535.3
million

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Net revenue

$552.7
million

Shipments

$3.4
billion

Value added

$1.5
billion

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Exports

$3.1
billion

Imports

$6.1
billion
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