Trailmobile Trailer-Tech 2003 set to go

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TORONTO, Ont. — Trailmobile Parts and Services Canada Ltd. will present Trailer-Tech 2003 on April 24 at the Delta Toronto Airport West beginning at 3 p.m.

It will be a great opportunity for industry members to get together to discuss and experience new trends and new regulations throughout the industry.

Over 50 manufacturer representatives will be in attendance for a complete tech and trade show, tests and demonstrations and will also be offering 12 technical seminars.

At 4 p.m., Haldex Brake Systems will offer ABS troubleshooting tips in Hall A and Trailmobile Canada will take an in depth look at how a trailer is manufactured in Hall B.

Hendrickson suspension will discuss proper suspension maintenance and new suspension technology in their seminar in Hall A, while Trcuk-Lite will discuss L.E.D. lighting in Hall B at 5 p.m.

The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) will be presenting new guidelines and weight restrictions as well as new steering axle legislation in Hall A at 6 p.m., while, Holland Hitch will talk about the ups and downs of landing gear simultaneously in Hall B.

In Hall A, Arvin Meritor will be talking technical about the clutch and what you should or should not do, while in Hall B, Timken Bearings will tell us what we can expect with wheel end maintenance at 7 p.m.

The Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) will talk about border crossings, and will give a informative presentation about the Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS) at 8 p.m. in Hall A, and Firestone will cover airspring failure in Hall B.

I.M.T. Axles will help attendees ‘spec the right axle and provide information on self-steering axles in Hall A at 9 p.m., and Carlilse Brakes will focus on new shoes versus remanufactured shoes during their seminar in Hall B.

For more information or to register call Julie at 905-897-5239 or Lucy at 905-897-5232.

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