MONTREAL, Que. - The Quebec Trucking Association has renewed its support for the Expocam truck show for the next eight years, covering four of the biannual events.The next installment of the three-day...
MONTREAL, Que. – The Quebec Trucking Association has renewed its support for the Expocam truck show for the next eight years, covering four of the biannual events.
The next installment of the three-day show run by dmg world media will be held Oct. 18 to 20, 2001 at Place Bonaventure in Montreal.
“We are very happy to be involved in this joint venture,” said Claude Pigeon, executive vice-president of the Quebec Trucking Association. “We feel that this spirit of co-operation will benefit the industry and will lead to an excellent show for Expocam 2001.”
The announcement is undoubtedly good news for dmg world media, since it ended up canceling the latest installment of its Toronto-based Truckcan show when the Ontario Trucking Association decided to launch a competing show of its own, which was Truck World 2000.
“The Quebec Trucking Association recognizes dmg world media’s commitment to support the transportation industry,” says show manager Joan Wilson, “and that our shows offer excellent value for industry professionals.” n
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