About 100 auto parts workers will be out of work by the end of the year, as Brose Canada adjusts production at its South London facility.
In a statement Wednesday, Brose said layoffs are a response to changes in the market.
"Brose is adjusting production capacity at its plant in London, Ontario, to meet the changing demands of automotive customers," a company spokesman said in an e-mailed statement.
"Our focus remains on supporting those affected by providing transition options, including potential relocation to other Brose facilities."
Brose Canada is a division of Brose Group, headquartered in Germany, a family auto parts company with factories around the world.
Production began at the London plant near Highbury Avenue, south of Highway 401 in 2005. The company subsequently added a second facility nearby.
Brose Canada now employs more than 600 people in London and manufactures components for automotive seats, including seat adjusters and metal frames.