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ExpoCam looks into the future of trucking

MONTREAL, Que. -- Trucking into the Future is the theme for ExpoCam 2007 and the event is placing a heavy emphasis ...

MONTREAL, Que. — Trucking into the Future is the theme for ExpoCam 2007 and the event is placing a heavy emphasis on the impact of new technology on Canadas trucking industry.

ExpoCam will take place at Place Bonaventure in Montreal from April 12 to 14.

A line-up of guest speakers will set the tone for the three-day event, leading off with Canadas first astronaut, Marc Garneau, at the VIP Breakfast on April 12. In a thought-provoking presentation, he will talk about the environment and how the trucking industry will be affected in coming years.

In keeping with the shows theme, world-famous cosmologist, Hubert Reeves, will address a session on Friday, April 13 to offer insight into the future of life on earth.

On all three days, there will be a series of seminars in French on subjects with a more direct impact on the Quebec trucking industry and topics include: Wide-Based Single Tires; Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Update: Biodiesel, a Solution?; The Right Wheel for the Right Job; Cost Per Mile: How Much Does it Really Cost You to Operate?; and New EPA Rules for Truck Engines: Changing Your Business and Comparing Pay Packages.

Exhibitors at ExpoCam 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 other products and services used in the trucking industry.

Admittance to ExpoCam 2007 is open to industry members for an advance online registration fee of $10 or for $20 payable at the show. Advance registrants will receive an extra ballot for the grand prize draw, seminar program details and their badge prior to the event.

Further information on ExpoCam 2007, including full speaker and conference details, and online registration, can be found at

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