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CFMS announces full agenda for 2010 event

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Canadian Fleet Maintenance Seminar (CFMS) is back again this year at a new venue with a f...


Ben Vandespyker of Milton, Ont.-based Active Transport was named the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Manager of the Year at CFMS last year.
Ben Vandespyker of Milton, Ont.-based Active Transport was named the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Manager of the Year at CFMS last year.

TORONTO, Ont. — The Canadian Fleet Maintenance Seminar (CFMS) is back again this year at a new venue with a full agenda. The 47th instalment of the annual conference, geared towards Canada’s fleet maintenance managers, will take place May 10-12 at the Hilton Suites Toronto/Markham.

 

Seminar topics on May 11 include new and improved products for 2010, myths about maintenance-free components, the steps behind accident reconstruction, and a discussion on maintaining your diesel particulate filter (DPF).

 

The May 12 line-up includes a look at roadside enforcement, including hands-free, LCVs, speed limiters, and CB radios; understanding the dangers of sleep apnea; a panel on electrical system maintenance; an open forum to discuss issues with manufacturers, suppliers and fleet representatives; and an evaluation of the 2010 EPA-compliant engines.

 

Seminar highlights include the May 12 banquet, hosted by Truck News and Motortruck Fleet Executive, featuring Canadian sports announcer Rod Black, and the presentation of the annual Canadian Fleet Maintenance Manager of the Year Award. To see a video interview with last year’s winner, go here.

 

The all-inclusive seminar package is $465, while the individual daily registration is $250 per day. The all-inclusive seminar package includes access to the welcome reception, outside display, trade show, panel sessions, six meals including the banquet, and coffee breaks.

 

Registrants who sign up before the March 15 deadline receive a 10% discount. To register, visit www.cfmsonline.com or call 905-957-7265.


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