Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Motor vehicle assembly plants in Canada, Royal Canadian Navy dockyards, New Flyer Industries, Bombardier Recreational Products, Motor Coach Industries, Yarrow Shipbuilders, Don Valley Brick Works, Esquimalt Royal Navy Dockyard, Canadian Car and Foundry, Orion International, Nova Bus, Girardin Minibus, Volvo Halifax Assembly, Oshawa Car Assembly, Royal Naval Dockyard, Halifax, Corbeil Bus Corporation, Brampton Assembly, General Motors Diesel Division, Prevost Car, Sterling Trucks, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, Burrard Dry Dock, Honda of Canada Manufacturing, Western Star Trucks, Oshawa Truck Assembly, Windsor Assembly, Can-Am motorcycles, Sainte-Th r se Assembly, Naval Shipyards, York, Transportation Manufacturing Corporation, List of vehicles made in Ontario, St. Thomas Assembly, Molson Brewery, Edmonton, Windsor Casting, Scarborough Van Assembly, Oakville Assembly, Windsor Transmission, Bowmanville Foundry, Ontario Truck, Dupont Industries, Oshawa Metal, St. Catharines Engine Plant, St. Catharines Components Plant, Lethbridge Iron Works, Etobicoke Casting. Excerpt: New Flyer Industries Inc. (TSX: NFI.UN) is a bus manufacturer in North America, headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It also has factories in Crookston and St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA. New Flyer was founded by John Coval in 1930 as the Western Auto and Truck Body Works Ltd. Reflecting an increased focus on bus manufacturing, it changed its name in 1948 to Western Flyer Coach. In the 1960s the company further focused on the urban transit bus market. In 1971, the then-financially struggling Western Flyer was sold to the Manitoba Development Corporation, an agency of the Manitoba government, and renamed Flyer Industries Limited. On July 15, 1986, Jan den Oudsten, a descendant of the family who created the Dutch company Den Oudsten Bussen BV, purc...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
|Title||:||Manufacturing Plants in Canad|
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