Cywinski, Mario

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Mario Cywinski has been in the automotive industry for over 15 years, nearly 10 as an editor, and seven working at an OEM dealership.

He is currently an editor at Annex Business Media working on Machinery and Equipment MRO magazine.

He is also an automotive writer for Annex Business Media, who has been published in Electronic Business magazine; On-Site magazine, Rock to Road magazine, Crane & Hoist Canada magazine; Top Crop Manager magazine; Woodbusiness.ca; Canadianmanufacturing.com; Ground Water Canada magazine; PLANT magazine; Canadiancontractor.ca; Canadian Rental Service; Helicopters magazine; IPP&T magazine; Manufacturing Automation magazine; and others.

He is also a judge for Canadian Truck King Challenge.

Instagram: mcmario33

http://www.mromagazine.com

Articles récents:

  1. 2021 Ford F-150 Takes Things a Step Further - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    In what seems like ages ago, in January, Ford Motor Company held a drive event for its all-new Super Duty pick-up truck in sunny Arizona. Much has changed since that time, and as a result Ford held a virtual launch event for its most important vehicle, the all-new 2021 F-150 pick-up.

  2. Automotive Manufacturing and COVID-19 - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    This time last year, automotive plants in Canada were making full use of their production lines to produce their new vehicles.

  3. MRO's 2020 Truck Preview - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    After an influx of new products hit the truck market in 2019, this model year is more of a transition year for many brands. Once exclusive to heavy duty pick-up trucks and a selection of full-size vans, trucks brands are now adding diesel engines to their light duty trucks. While FCA added one to its Ram 1500 a few

  4. Lexus Invests in Canadian Operations - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    In 2019, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) announced that the Lexus NX and NX Hybrid SUVs would be manufactured at its Cambridge, Ontario plant beginning in 2022. The announcement brought dignitaries, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier of Ontario and Ontario Minister of

  5. Super Duty Shows its Capability in the Desert - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    Story and Photos by: Mario Cywinski Around 10 years ago, one of my first truck events as an automotive journalist was for the 2011 Ford Super Duty. The event took place in Arizona, starting in Prescott, going through Yarnell, and eventually finishing in Glendale, a suburb of Phoenix. During that trip, the Super Duty

  6. MRO's 2020 Truck Preview - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    After an influx of new products hit the truck market in 2019, this model year is more of a transition year for many brands. Once exclusive to heavy duty pick-up trucks and a selection of full-size vans, trucks brands are now adding diesel engines to their light duty trucks. While FCA added one to its Ram 1500 a few

  7. Lexus Invests in Canadian Operations - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    In 2019, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) announced that the Lexus NX and NX Hybrid SUVs would be manufactured at its Cambridge, Ontario plant beginning in 2022. The announcement brought dignitaries, Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier of Ontario and Ontario Minister of

  8. Jeep Enters Mid-size Pick-up Fight with its Gladiator - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    For a while now, there has been talk of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) entering the growing mid-size pick-up market with its Jeep brand. Spy shots of what people believed were test mules out in the wild were all over the internet. This went on for a while, until FCA announced it would be building a mid-size pick-up

  9. Ford F-150 Diesel Built Tough - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    You know you are doing something right when you are the top selling anything for over 50 years. For Ford of Canada, they have had the top selling pickup truck in Canada for 53 years, with the F-Series. If that isn’t enough, the F-Series has been the top selling vehicle overall in Canada for the past nine years.

  10. Sprinter: Now With More Choice - MRO Magazine

    Mario Cywinski

    When Mercedes-Benz entered the Canadian market with the second-generation Sprinter in 2010 (it was sold as a Dodge previously in Canada), the full-size cargo van market in Canada was vastly different than it is today. Ford was selling the E-Series, Nissan had not yet launched the NV in Canada, and the Ram ProMaster

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