Manufacturing In Canada


Canadian Autoparts Toyota, Inc. (CAPTIN)
Delta, British Columbia
Established 1983
Plant Site:
9.1 hectares; Facility, approximately 24,645 square metres
Facilities Investment:
$260.7 million CDN
Annual Payroll:
Cdn $27.7 million
Aluminum Alloy Wheels
  • Casting, machining, painting
Annual Production Capacity:
1.7 million
October 201325th millionth wheel produced
March 201330th anniversary
December 201020th millionth wheel produced
March 200825th anniversary
July 20076th expansion (1.7 million / year)
November 2006ISO 14001 - 2004 Certification
October 2006Engine part die making
February 200615 millionth wheel produced
September 20056th expansion ground breaking
May 2005Certified Energy Efficiency Leader
August 20045th expansion (1.45 million / year)
April 2003Start of in-house die making
March 200320th anniversary
February 200210 millionth wheel produced
December 19994th expansion (1.2 million / year)
March 19983rd expansion (960k / year)
March 199815th anniversary
October 1997ISO 14001 Certification
December 19955 millionth wheel produced
September 1994Start of chip recycling system
March 199310th anniversary
October 19922nd expansion (720k / year)
December 19891 millionth wheel produced
June 19891st expansion (480k / year)
April 1985Official start of production
December 1983Start of construction
March 1983Incorporation