The Canadian government has cleared Mitsubishis parts shipments from the United States and South Korea, which led to the importation of at least 20 million defective parts.ATSB Chair Scott Brown said in a news release Tuesday that he had received an email from the Federal Trade Commission stating that Mitsubushi has satisfied its responsibility under the Safe Harbor Agreement to ensure that all parts imported from the U.S. and South Korean supply chains meet the requirements of the Agreement.
The company has been contacted for comment.
The parts were shipped to a supplier in Canada who supplied the parts for the Mitsubus to be assembled in Canada, Brown said.
The United States has been in a supply dispute with the South Korean government over the supply of a variety of parts to Mitsubas factory in Alabama.
The parts came from the South Koreans manufacturer, which had also shipped parts to Japan, Australia and Germany.