Multimatic Inc. is a privately held Canadian corporation that supplies engineering components, systems and services to the Ford Motor Company and other brands. Located in Markham, Ontario, Canada, Multimatic also overseas the entire assembly of the Ford GT supercar at its own dedicated factory.
Ford chose Multimatic for its core competencies in engineering and its ability to manufacture complex automotive mechanisms such as suspension systems, body hardware and structures. The company also has a profound expertise in carbon fiber composite systems.
Multimatic has a rich experience in niche vehicle design and has developed and produced both road and race cars for top-tier boutique manufacturers like Aston Martin and RUF. While the company is headquartered in Canada, it has divisions and facilities across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Multimatic was ranked 99 on the Automotive News 2018 Top 100 Global OEM parts suppliers list, and 57 largest supplier in North America.
This page shows information about the (Ford) Multimatic assembly plant
|Facility size||60,000 square feet (5,574 m2)|
|Location||8688 Woodbine Avenue, Building B, Markham, Ontario L3R 8B9 |
|Ford GT||2017 to present|
- 2010: Multimatic patents an innovative damping technology called DSSV (Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve). Characterized by the use of spool valves in place of conventional flexible shims, this revolutionary suspension system will later find its way in a variety of different race cars, off-road dedicated trucks and high-performance road cars like the current Ford GT.
- 2016: Production of the Ford GT supercar begins at the Multimatic Niche Vehicles facility in Markham, Ontario. Production rate is of one car per day. The contract is scheduled to end in October 2020.
- 2017: Multimatic is ranked 57 largest supplier to North America, ranked by sales of original equipment parts.
- 2018: Multimatic is ranked 99 on the Automotive News 2018 Top 100 Global OEM parts suppliers list.
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