Total Heat Exchanger Solutions sells, and services, plate exchangers, replacement gaskets, and magnetic filtration systems to production installations in St. Thomas, Ontario and its surrounding region. Total Heat Exchanger Solutions is proud to be part of your team.
St. Thomas is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It gained its city charter on March 4, 1881. The city is also the seat for Elgin County, although it is independent of the county.
The local economy has been dominated by automotive manufacturing, with two plants operated by Magna International, the Ford St. Thomas Assembly in nearby Talbotville, and the Sterling Trucks plant. However, the recent global recession that impacted the auto sector ultimately trickled down to the city; the Sterling plant closed in March 2009, and the Ford plant closed in late 2011. This had a domino effect on the other part manufacturers in town, such as Lear Seating. One automotive materials supplier, A. Schulman, had previously closed its local manufacturing plant in 2008, one of the first actions of a new CEO installed in January.
Several bright notes for the City in 2010 included Masco Canada's consolidation of their Canadian operations into the former Sterling Truck assembly plant and Takumi Stamping Canada's (a supplier to Toyota) large addition. These two investments will represent over 500 new jobs for the local economy.