MONTREAL, Que. Attendees at ExpoCam 2007 will be looking ahead with Trucking into the Future as the events theme. The event is placing a heavy emphasis on the impact of new products and technology on Canada’s trucking industry.
A prominent topic will be the new ’07 engines with advanced diesel particulate emission control systems. Also on display are the Volvo I-shift automated transmissions, the modular Eaton collision warning system and the Omnivision mobile computing platform from Shaw Tracking. General Motors will launch its new GMC “W” series. Hino will unveil a 2008, 258 LP model equipped with air suspension and air brakes, and a new 152″ wheelbase available on its 268, 308 and 338 models. Chevron Global Lubricants will have a brand new Delo Truck mobile hands-on lubricants laboratory operating on the show floor.
The guest-speaker line-up will include Canada’s first astronaut, Marc Garneau and world-famous cosmologist Hubert Reeves.
ExpoCam will be held at Place Bonaventure in Montreal, April 12-14. Admittance to ExpoCam 2007 is open to industry members for $20 payable at the show. For more information visit www.expocam.ca.
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