Etobicoke Casting Plant

15 Brown's Line, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Floor Space: 284,000 square feet

Acreage: 27 acres

Products: Aluminum die castings for a variety of Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles

Employment: 258 (208 hourly; 50 salaried) on three shifts

Union Local: Unifor Local 1459

Plant History: Facility was built in 1942 and purchased by Chrysler Corporation in 1964. Major expansions were implemented in 1965 and 1998. In August 2010, the Company announced it would invest $27.2 million to produce front and rear crossmembers for future vehicles. 

On Aug. 1, 2022, Stellantis announced a $99 million dollar total investment for three North American plants for production of a new 1.6-liter, I-4 turbocharged engine that has both direct fuel injection and flexibility for hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) applications. Nearly $2 million will be invested at Etobicoke to support the development and installation of new tooling and equipment upgrades for production of the oil pan for the engine.

 (Updated: June 2024)

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