Truck World 2002 countdown begins

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TORONTO, Ont. — Truck World, perhaps Canada’s largest trucking trade show, is gearing up for the 2002 show, from Sept. 26 to 28, at the National Trade Centre here on the CNE grounds.

Located in the heartland of Canada’s trucking industry, Truck World visitors can expect to see the latest in equipment, products and services for the entire trucking industry.

Organizers are promising there’ll be something for fleet owners, managers and personnel, owner/operators, company drivers, fleet maintenance managers, mechanics, purchasing agents, aftermarket parts, trucks, trailers, material handlers or anyone simply interested in trucks.

New convenient show hours coupled with thousands of acres of free parking for exhibitors and visitors for cars, trucks and big rigs (Class 7 & 8 only) make the show more convenient than ever to attend.

For more information, visit Truck World on the Web at

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