Located on the Thames River in the town of Oxford County, Ingersoll, Ontario has a population of approximately 13,000. The main employment sector is manufacturing with many companies choosing Ingersoll for its location and affordability. GM's CAMI Assembly Plant is one of the largest employers and has produced over 4 million vehicles since opening in 1989. Construction and transportation are the town's secondary employment industries.
Ingersoll has a highly skilled workforce with most of the population holding a certificate or degree. Conestoga College's Ingersoll Skills Training Centre provides vital powerline training as well as other related trade programs and apprenticeships. London's Fanshawe College and Western University offer top rated research and trade programs just 30 minutes from town.
With an impressive transportation network, Ingersoll is a wise choice for businesses. Located on highway 401, Ingersoll easily connects to London, Kitchener, Hamilton, and Mississauga. Shipping via land and sea is convenient with the London International Airport, Hamilton Harbour, and two major railways less than 100km away. US border crossings in Windsor, Sarnia, and Niagara provide vital cross-border shipping.