Mississauga, ON – In excess of 9000 industry professionals filled the halls of Mississauga’s International Centre last week for the first edition of the National Heavy Equipment Show, since the COVID-19 outbreak. The event took place Thursday, March 31 and April 1 and key decision makers and purchasers came out in full force to this year’s show. Event organizers were very pleased with the turnout as numbers were on par with pre-pandemic events.
“The National Heavy Equipment Show remains one of the biggest events bringing the industry together in Canada,” said Mark Cusack, National Show Manager. “It was a pleasure to welcome everyone back to the show after a two-year hiatus. We heard many positive accolades from both exhibitors and attendees, which goes to show, everyone was happy to be able to reconnect again in person.
Show attendees included a mix of industry professionals including the leaders of the construction, road building, land improvement, and infrastructure industries – along with job seekers, students and those training for specific trades, taking in the displays of big iron on the show floor.
If you were unable to make the show this weekend, the National Heavy Equipment Show’s Digital Marketplace is now live. From April 4 – 11, you’ll be able to interact with dealers and exhibitors online and browse company information, photo & video highlights, specials & promotions and more.
A big thank you to this year’s sponsors, Rock to Road Magazine and United Rentals.
Up next is the Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show, which will take place April 13 – 14, 2022 at the Moncton Coliseum in Moncton, NB. Visit www.ahes.ca for full details.
The next edition of National Heavy Equipment Show will take place in 2024 at the International Centre in Mississauga. Stay tuned to www.nhes.ca or follow the show on Facebook or Linkedin for the most up to date information.
Source: National Heavy Equipment Show Press