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Petrolia Industrial Parks

Petrolia, "Canada's Victorian Oil Town - The Cradle that Rocked the Oil Industry," was home to the North American oil industry during the late 1800s. It has evolved into a progressive industrial community, rich in Victorian architecture. The town is less than an hour's drive west of London and about a half-hour's drive from Sarnia and the Ontario / Michigan border. Petrolia occupies a 3,138 acre (12.7 square-kilometre) in the central region of Sarnia-Lambton. Its population is 5,528.

Many local businesses evolved from servicing the oil industry in the 1800s. Today, a wide range of products are manufactured in Petrolia, from building products to metal packaging and automotive parts. A significant addition to Petrolia's economy was Waterville TG Inc. in 1998. The company, a subsidiary of the Japanese multinational Toyoda Gosei (which is a leading manufacturer of rubber-based products for the automotive industry), operates a 268,000 square foot production facility. 

Petrolia is a retail and service centre for the Central Lambton Area.

Petrolia Industrial Park East

  • 112 acres (45.3 hectares) divisible to suit client
  • On Oil Heritage Line
  • 8.07 miles (13 km.) to Hwy 402; 23.6 miles (38 km.) to Ontario / Michigan border
  • Zoned for heavy industrial uses
  • Services - electrical, natural gas, water, sanitary sewers
  • 112 acres under private ownership

 

 

Petrolia Industrial Park West

 

  • 22 acres (8.903 hectares) divisible to suit client
  • On Oil Heritage Line
  • 8.07 miles (13 km.) to Hwy 402; 23.6 miles (38 km.) to Ontario / Michigan border
  • Zoned for wide range of manufacturing, assembly and processing operations
  • Services - electrical, natural gas, water, sanitary sewers
  • Owned by Town of Petrolia