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A CASE of Disruption: Economic Impacts to the Canadian Automotive Aftermarket

The Conference Board of Canada, 6 pages, January 16, 2019
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As Connected, Automated, Shared, and Electric technologies (the CASE platform) are further introduced, what will be the impact on the workforce in the automobile aftermarket? This report presents options and recommendations.

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Connected, Automated, Shared, and Electric technologies, collectively known as the CASE platform, are becoming more prevalent. As their introduction continues, especially connected and autonomous technologies, the impact on Canada’s automobile aftermarket requires exploring.

A CASE of Disruption: Economic Impacts to the Canadian Automotive Aftermarket assesses the impact on the workforce associated in core and non-core subsectors of the automobile aftermarket. It explores two questions: What are the economic impacts of these automotive disruptors on the aftermarket? and What are the impacts for labour in this sector?

Recommendations and next steps are provided for consideration for the sector to proactively adapt to these impacts and argue for a bespoke strategy to address workforce and business impacts.

Access the full report on Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada's website www.aiacanada.com/products.html/product/view/id/110.

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