Canadian Manufacturing

Porsche plans first-ever Canadian parts distribution centre

With a planned size of 100,000 square feet, the building will offer ground and air overnight delivery with the goal of optimizing part transit times to the 19 Porsche Centres coast-to-coast

April 23, 2018  by Canadian Manufacturing.com Staff

PHOTO: Canadian International AutoShow

TORONTO—Porsche has had a banner year in Canada and has announced it will be setting-up a Parts Distribution Centre that will service Porsche Centres across the nation by the end of 2019.

In 2017, Porsche said it sold an unprecedented 8,249 units in Canada, up 17 per cent over the prior year.

Porsche’s first-ever Canadian Parts fulfilment operations will be based in the Greater Toronto Area, however its exact location to be announced in the coming weeks.

With a planned size of 100,000 square feet, the building will offer ground and air overnight delivery with the goal of further optimizing part transit times to the 19 Porsche Centres coast-to-coast.

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“We are proud to announce this exciting project,” said Marc Ouayoun, President & CEO, Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd. “This future operation will strengthen our commitment to the Canadian market and enable us to further enhance the customer experience and centricity, which are integral parts of the brand’s pillars.”

Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd., a dedicated subsidiary of Porsche AG, imports and distributes Porsche vehicles in Canada. The company employs a team of more than 50 in sales, aftersales, finance, marketing, network development, and public relations.


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