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Woodstock Plant Milestones

Hino Trucks Assembled in Canada … Committed to Canadians

Hino’s world-wide reputation for quality extends to the trucks produced by its Canadian assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario. The production capacity of the 177,000 sq. ft. facility is dedicated to the assembly of Hino trucks specifically tailored for customers in Canada.

Hino trucks assembled in Canada are built with the same outstanding engineering quality control and assembly standards that have made Hino a global leader in the production of diesel trucks.

Woodstock Plant Milestones

three people holding up a cake

May 2016

Woodstock assembly plant builds its 10,000th Conventional truck.

group of people in front of truck hold up number signs

April 2016

Woodstock plant celebrates their 10th year anniversary.

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July 2015

The Woodstock plant undergoes a plant expansion.

hino truck on assembly line

October 2014

Woodstock assembly plant builds its 10,000th truck.

40 year anniversary logo

October 2014

Hino Motors Canada celebrates 40 years in Canada.

two trucks on assembly line

May 2013

First production of the Hino 165 cab over engine model.

hino dump truck

February 2012

The arrival of the all new 2013 Hino 195 Crew Cab configuration.

registration certificate

December 2011

Hino Woodstock plant achieved the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System.

presenter standing next to hino truck

November 2010

Released newly re-designed 2011 medium duty MDT conventional cab trucks truck during the Woodstock Open House.

truck assembly line

May 2008

Hino Motors Canada produced the first Hino 155 cab over engine model for the Canadian market.

hino trucks lined up

March 2006

Woodstock plant started the production of the MDT conventional cab trucks.

new hino plant

2006

Hino established a new assembly plant in Woodstock, Ontario.