Canada’s supplier community is “approaching a crisis” as the resilient Canadian dollar erodes pre-recession margins the nation’s auto industry once enjoyed, warns the president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Assn. Canada’s suppliers must take action to maintain their competiveness, Steve Rodgers tells Ward’s, adding change can be expected across the board, from productivity improvement to increased use of 3D modeling to wage cuts. “But we don’t want to ever say that it comes ...

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