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CFMS new and improved for 2005

TORONTO, Ont. - The 42nd Canadian Fleet Maintenance Seminar will be held at the Doubletree International Plaza Hotel May 8 to 11. There will be a few new components and features to the 2005 seminar....


TORONTO, Ont. – The 42nd Canadian Fleet Maintenance Seminar will be held at the Doubletree International Plaza Hotel May 8 to 11. There will be a few new components and features to the 2005 seminar.

Since the CFMS moved to a new home for the upcoming seminar, there can be larger panel discussions and a larger display area for the manufacturer’s display and the outdoor truck display. Seminar topics include lighting and visibilty, operational impact of climate control, homeland security issues, disposal of hazardous materials, towing and recovery and benchmarking your fleet costs. The first annual CFMS golf tournament will be held on May 8, in conjunction with the seminar, at the Royal Woodbine Golf Club. Only 140 registrants will be allowed to play, so call to register early.

Motivational speaker Jeff Macinnis will talk to the CFMS delegates about teamwork, leadership and excellence. Macinnis competed on the Canadian National Ski Team and in two Eco-Challenges in Borneo and New Zealand. For more information or to register, call Rod Henderson at (519) 886-6265 or visit www.cfmsonline.com


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