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  1. Oakville Assembly - Wikipedia

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    Oakville Assembly From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Oakville Assembly Complex is a Ford Motor Company of Canada automobile factory in Oakville, Ontario, spanning 487 acres. This landmark occupies the same site as, and combines, the former Ontario Truck plant and Oakville Assembly Plant.

  2. Oakville Assembly — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The Oakville Assembly Complex is a Ford Motor Company of Canada automobile factory in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, spanning 5,464,000 square feet in area. This landmark occupies the same site as, and combines, the former Ontario Truck plant and Oakville Assembly Plant. Clearly visible from the Queen Elizabeth Way and the Lakeshore West GO Train line, it relies on the nearby railway service to ...

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  4. Talk:Oakville Assembly - Wikipedia

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    Hi all. Since the current Oakville Assembly Complex combines the previous Ontario Truck and former Oakville Assembly Plant, suggest to incorporate the article Ontario Truck into this article.--Now wiki 13:43, 28 September 2020 (UTC)

  5. Oakville Assembly - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

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    The Oakville Assembly Complex is a Ford Motor Company of Canada automobile factory in Oakville, Ontario, spanning 487 acres. This landmark occupies the same site as, and combines, the former Ontario Truck plant and Oakville Assembly Plant. Clearly visible from the Queen Elizabeth Way and the Lakesho

  6. Ford Motor Company of Canada - Wikipedia

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    The new Oakville assembly plant was opened in 1953. In order to meet ever increasing demand, the Company opened another assembly plant in Talbotville, Ontario in 1967. Historically Ford was one of the most powerful companies in Canada, and in the 1970s, Ford was the "largest" company in Canada.

  7. Ontario Truck - Wikipedia

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    The Oakville Assembly and Ontario Truck site is a major landmark in Oakville. It is highly visible from the Queen Elizabeth Way due to the large “Ford” sign facing the highway, which occupies a large area on the side of the In-Line Vehicle Sequencing building.

  8. Ford Oakville, Canada Plant Info, Production, Contact, Wiki

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    May 23, 2019 · The Oakville Assembly facility originally opened in 1953. From then through 1966, the plant produced nearly all vehicles for Ford in Canada. Oakville Assembly was responsible for producing the company’s minivans from 1995 to 2007, but transitioned to produce crossover SUVs by the fall of 2006.

  9. Oakville Assembly Plant

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    Assembly Oakville Assembly Plant Address: Oakville Ontario Canada Number of Employees: 3,600 Employment Note: Approximately 3,400 of these employees are hourly. Current Products: Edge, Nautilus Historical Products: Year Opened: 1953 Plant Size Square Feet: 5,464,000 Site Size Acres: 487

  10. List of automobiles manufactured in Ontario - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of automobile Assembly Plants in Ontario, Canada. Ontario produces more vehicles than any other jurisdiction in North America, with six of the world's top manufacturers operating assembly plants in Windsor , Brampton , Oakville , Alliston , Woodstock , Cambridge , and Ingersoll .

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