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TMC Comes to Canada

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) will present a two-day conference and display for equip...

TORONTO, Ont. — The Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) will present a two-day conference and display for equipment, IT and logistics professionals in Toronto November 12 -13.

The event is the result of a partnership with the country’s national trucking group, Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) and will be held in conjunction with the annual Ontario Trucking Association convention.
The two-day meeting will include separate technical sessions geared to both equipment/maintenance and information technology professionals.

"Truck operators in both Canada and the United States deal with the same technical issues and equipment, it is a natural fit for CTA to partner with TMC to deliver a high caliber conference," says David Bradley, chief executive officer, Canadian Trucking Alliance. "The program will draw upon TMC’s strengths in developing high caliber content and attracting leading speakers yet will be tailored to the Canadian operating environment."

Trade Show — Included with the technical sessions will be a display of transportation equipment and IT products. Exhibitors so far include: Baldwin Filters, Bell Mobility, Cetaris, Inc., Champion Laboratories, Inc./Luber-Finer, Consolidated Metco, Inc. (ConMet), Fairview Fittings & Mfg., Ltd., Fielding/Fortress Emergency Systems, Grey Island Systems, Inc., Jost International, Mack Canada, Inc., New Communications Group, Phase Technology, Phillips & Temro Industries, ProMiles Canada, Inc., Roadranger Marketing, Stemco Truck Products, Telus Mobility, Timken, Trucker Buddy, Int’l., ViaSafe, Inc., Waltco Truck Equipment., Webb, Inc.

Visit and click the related OTA Convention/TMC icon to access more information about the conference and exhibitor information.

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