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Woodstock, population over 40,000 people is located on the north side of Highway 401, 47 km west of Cambridge and 43 km east of London. It is affectionally known as "The Dairy Capital of Canada".

In 1963 The King's Highway 403 opened which helped to strengthen Woodstock's position as a regional "trucking hub". The 403 which is 125 km long, connects the Cities of Woodstock, Paris, Brantford, Hamilton, Burlington and Mississauga.

We are pleased to report that the City of Woodstock is enjoying good times. In 2008 Toyota opened up a 1.8 million square feet auto plant followed by a smaller Hino Motors Truck Plant. Its automobile plant is now making the Toyota Rav 4 model and Rav 4 Hybrid Crossover utility vehicles, employing about 2,400 people. (this number is prone to fluctuations).

In 2011, Woodstock completed building the new Woodstock General Hospital in the south end of the City and more recently Sysco, a Texas based food distribution giant has constructed a 400,000 square feet facility.

Just east on the 401 over in Cambridge, Toyota builds the Corolla model and the Lexus RX350 and RX350h, 500h and the Lexus NX. In total, Toyota employs over 8,000 workers in these two towns. Finally, there is a Cami Plant news in Ingersoll just over nine miles away. G.M., with help from the Provincial and Federal Governments invested massive amounts of capital in 2022 to bring to life the Bright Drop Electric Trucks which are initially being shipped primarily to California.

The future for this area looks bright indeed!