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National Heavy Equipment Show returns to Ontario this week

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April 5, 2017 - The largest heavy equipment show in the country returns to Mississauga’s International Centre later this week. The National Heavy Equipment Show takes place Thursday, April 6th and Friday, April 7th, with 2017 marking its 20th anniversary edition.

This biennial industry event features hundreds of exhibitors – including the leaders of the heavy equipment, road building, construction, snow removal, aggregates and related sectors – displaying cutting-edge equipment, products, services and technology.

Those planning to attend the show are invited to browse the Official Show Guide for an overview of what will be at this year’s edition – from the floor plan, to the list of exhibitors, and a sneak peek at some of the special features.

At the show, Rock To Road magazine will recognize 10 outstanding individuals under the age of 40 from throughout Canada’s aggregates and roadbuilding industry, as they present the ‘Top 10 under 40’. This presentation will occur at the CAED Power Breakfast, taking place Friday, April 7th at 7:30 am. A separate registration is required to attend the breakfast; details are available on the show website.

Signage at exhibitor booths will indicate participation in the show’s Recruiting Here program, sponsored by Mechanics Hub. Those seeking employment will be able to connect with companies who are hiring and seek out potential opportunities.


The Ontario Asphalt Pavement Council (OAPC) Spring Operations Seminar will also take place during the National Heavy Equipment Show, the morning of Thursday, April 6th. For details on this one-day paving seminar and demonstration or to register, visit the OAPC website.

Pre-registration for the show is available now. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of convenient online registration via the show website. By pre-registering, visitors can save 50% and fast-track their entrance to the show.

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