MONTREAL, Que. — ExpoCam organizers say the Montreal-based show was a success this year, attracting nearly 18,000 exhibitors and visitors between Apr. 12-14.
Organizers say there were more than 200 exhibits at the show, which is endorsed by both the Quebec Trucking Association (QTA) and the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Visitors spent millions of dollars on equipment at the show, organizer say. An advisory board consisting of key members of the industry helps organize the event and develop the show program.
The QTA supports the rights and interests of its more than 1,000 members. The membership includes public and private carriers, vehicle leasers and suppliers of products and services to the industry.
The CTA is a federation of all seven provincial trucking associations. The CTA is the industry’s most important lobby group and represents the interests of Canadian truckers on national and international policy, and regulatory and legislative issues.
ExpoCam 2009 will take place at Place Bonaventure in Montreal from Apr. 16-18. More information about the show is available by calling Elizabeth McCullough at 416-614-5817.
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