MONTREAL, Que. — ExpoCam 2009, one of the largest truck shows in Canada, will take place at Place Bonaventure in Montreal April 16-18. Held every two years, the event will feature a heavy emphasis on the impact of new technology on the Canadian trucking industry.
An expected 17,000 industry professionals, predominantly from Quebec, will see the latest developments and new products on the market as they meet more than 325 exhibitors from across North America. Exhibitors will feature the latest in trucks, trailers, heavy duty parts and accessories, engines and power train components, service shop equipment and supplies, tires, fuels, financial services, and many other products and services used in the trucking industry.
New in 2009 is the ExpoCam GREEN ROUTE, which will highlight exhibitors whose products promote fuel efficiency or reduce emissions. The GREEN ROUTE is designed to provide fleet owners and managers with a one-stop source of information on products they need to operate more efficiently.
On all three show days, there will be a series of French-language seminars on subjects with a direct impact on the Quebec trucking industry. Fleet topics will include a technical session on fuel saving strategies and the critical topic of recruiting and retaining employees. For owner/operators, there will be a workshop featuring industry professionals sharing the secrets of driving and spec’ing trucks for fuel economy, as well as a session on small business management in tough times.
Admittance to Expocam is open to industry members for an advance online registration fee of $10 or for $20 payable at the show.
Up-to-the-minute information on ExpoCam 2009, including online registration is at www.expocam.ca. Place Bonaventure’s website is www.placebonaventure.com.
ExpoCam is owned and produced by Newcom Business Media.
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