Honda Trading Canada Inc.

Company Profile

Date of Establishment
September 1990
Head office location
4700 Industrial Parkway PO Box 6000, Alliston, ON L9R 1A2, Canada
+1 705-435-0172
+1 705-435-0121
Honda Trading America Corporation
President & CEO
Jeff Godfrey
Business Lines
Supply sourcing (steel, aluminum, plastics, recycling, catalytic systems, parts, machinery & die)
Supply planning/inventory management
Trade finance
Currency management
Logistics management
Compliance management
Quality management


1990 Honda Trading Canada (HTC) office is established in Alliston, Ontario in support of Honda of Canada Manufacturing(HCM) and other HT offices
1993 The beginning of the Raw Materials Supply System in Canada. 
HTC begins business with the US steel mills and with Canadian steel mills in the following year
1999 HTC becomes Licensed Customs Broker clearing shipments for HCM and HTC. 
HTC starts to manage the HCM Ferrous Scrap Program
2000 HTC 10 year anniversary - 16 employees with annual sales approaching $275 million. 
Business expands into welding and logistics for local deliveries begins. 
HTC implements the Plastics Supply System
2002 Established MRO Supply System.
Steel begins exporting overseas and logistics expands
2004 Exports to US, Japan, Korea and China begin.
Major HTC office expansion.
2005 HTC 15 year anniversary – 33 employees with sales approaching $420 million. 
Steel Mill Logistics business begins.
2006 HOSHU business begins.
2010 HTC 20 year anniversary – 41 employees with annual sales of $336 million. 
HTC implements the close loop copper recycling program.
2011 HTC expands the recycling division by managing the HCM Engine Plant Scrap Flow
2012 Parts export business expands into Brazil
HTC implementation of SOX controls
2013 HTC Customs obtains CSA (Customs Self Assessment) accreditation
2014 Established dedicated Compliance & Governance function
2017 HTC Logistic business expansion supporting moves related to Import/Export to Mexico
2019 Launch of HTC Business Development team


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“Compliance, Ethics and Mandatory Reports”

Honda Trading Canada Inc. Compliance and Ethics

Integrity and reputation for ethical practices are among Honda's core values and are considered essential in gaining the trust of all of our business partners.  As part of our continuous commitment to promoting integrity and ethical practice, Honda Trading Canada Inc. has adopted Honda's North American Compliance and Ethics Policy.  The purpose of this policy is to outline and uphold Honda's commitment to conducting business with the highest standards of ethical conduct and in compliance with applicable laws and Honda policies.
In addition, a compliance and ethics line is available to all of our business partners to voice concerns and/or ask questions with regards to ethical or compliance issues concerning Honda Trading Canada's business practices.  The compliance and ethics line is confidential and concerns and questions can always  be submitted on an anonymous basis.

Access for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

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Honda Trading Canada’s report on Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains

The Honda Philosophy forms the values shared by all Honda Group companies and all of their associates. It is the basis for Honda’s corporate activities and the, associates’ behavior and corporate decision-making. To achieve both the creation of growth opportunities for the Company and a sustainable society, Honda has set “Striving to be a company society wants to exist” as its direction for the 21st century. Honda expressly includes "Respect for the Individual" and “Respect of Human Rights” as part of that core philosophy. This philosophy is further reflected in a number of policies and procedures in respect of forced labour and child labour. Some of these policies and procedures are included in Honda Canada’s first annual report to the Canadian Government on Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains covering calendar year 2023.
Please click the link below to view the 2023 report.