• Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world.

    Many of the world’s top water companies have chosen to locate here in Ontario including American Water, Danaher, GE Water and Process Technologies, Nalco, Siemens Water Technologies, Suez Degrémont, and Veolia Water. Ontario water companies have made clean water a reality in some of the world’s toughest industrial and urban environments. Some of the biggest breakthroughs have come from Ontario, Canada. In fact, two of the most widely used technologies—UV disinfection and membrane filtration—were developed here.

    In partnership with Global Affairs Canada, this mission will include market and sector opportunity briefings and a program of one-on-one meetings with key Peruvian water industry utilities, distributors and suppliers.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Claudia Penalosa.

  • Ontario is at the forefront of intelligent transportation. With the second largest IT cluster in North America, and an extensive history of automotive manufacturing, Ontario is poised to lead the autonomous car revolution. We have one of the richest concentrations of auto-related resources anywhere in the world with some of the lowest operational costs. Over 700 automotive parts manufacturers, 500+ tool, die and mould makers, and over 100,000 employees call Ontario home. 

    Everything you need you will find right here in Ontario: a high quality workforce, strategic access to the North American market, a dynamic environment for R&D and a culture of high-quality, award-winning manufacturing. These advantages are part of the reason we’ve been one of the leading subnational car producers in North America for the past decade. If you aren’t convinced already, Ontario has free trade agreements with over 40 countries representing 1.5 billion customers including the US, EU, Japan and South Korea and 85% of all Ontario-made parts are exported. 

    The Automotive Suppliers Forum is organized by the Automotive Cluster of Guanajuato, located in the Bajio Region. This is the 7th edition of the show and the first one to be held virtually. The forum has been growing in importance as a hub where buyers and suppliers from the Bajío region meet. In 2019 the show attracted over 5,000 attendees and hosted 3,700 B2B meetings. 

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the automotive sector will be showcasing their innovations at the virtual Canadian pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Fabiola Sicard.

  • To showcase Ontario’s strides in the automotive industry, Ontario companies will participate in a trade mission to Mexico’s northern regions of Monterrey and Saltillo. This 4-day program will consist of B2B meetings, site visits, and a walk-through of Expo Manufactura, Mexico’s largest advanced manufacturing show.

    To learn more about Ontario companies attending,