National Heavy Equipment Show approaching quickly
By National Heavy Equipment ShowFeatures Shows
Dec. 14, 2012 – Planning and preparation is full steam ahead for the country’s largest heavy equipment event, the National Heavy Equipment Show, which will be held at the International Centre in Mississauga, April 18-19, 2013.
Dec. 14, 2012 – Planning and preparation is full steam ahead for the country’s largest heavy equipment event, the National Heavy Equipment Show , which will be held at the International Centre in Mississauga, April 18-19, 2013.
“We are very excited to return to
Mississauga for the 13th edition of this biennial event,” says national
show manager, Mark Cusack. “At this stage of the game we have our largest
exhibitor base ever. We are at 80 per cent sold-out, with new bookings coming
in daily,” explained Cusack.
The NHES will encompass Halls 1 to 5 of
the massive International Centre and will showcase the leading equipment
manufacturers, dealers and distributors of the heavy equipment and construction
Show Management is actively pursuing the top 100
movers, shakers and decision makers in the construction and heavy equipment
industry, from across Canada. A special VIP Industry Breakfast will be held for
this group of contractors on Day 2 of the event. More details on this will be
Several Heavy features will showcase
specialized industries and equipment, including the ever popular Backhoe
Rodeo, the Gravel Pit and the Rental
Pavilion, as well as the all new Winter Management Show, Recruiting
Here feature and Safety Zone.
The Winter Management Show will be presented by SIMA, the Snow and Ice
Management Association. This new component will offer a unique opportunity to
network with the leading manufacturers, distributors and dealers from the
leading snow and ice management companies. This will also include an
educational component and displays of snow removal and control equipment.
Show Management is offering a new Recruiting
Here feature for 2013. Exhibitors who are looking to grow their ranks and
hire new employees will display signage indicating they are on the hunt for new
talent. Visitors should come with resume in hand to meet prospective new
employers in the industry.
Another exciting new feature is the Safety
Zone, Insuring the Safety of Your Employees and Security
of Your Work Site. This section
will showcase this rapidly growing market that caters to the needs of safety,
health and environmental professionals from across Canada.
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