Feb 27, 2013 - 6 years ago
By Supply Post
The excitement is growing for the country’s largest heavy equipment event, the National Heavy Equipment Show (NHES), 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 event,” says National Show Manager, Mark Cusack. “At this stage of the game we have our largest exhibitor base ever. We are nearing capacity with new bookings still coming in,” explained Cusack.
The NHES will encompass a huge portion of the massive International Centre and will showcase the leaders of the Heavy Equipment and Construction Industry.
Several Heavy features that will showcase specialized industries and equipment will include the Gravel Pit, the Rental Pavilion, the Backhoe Rodeo and the all new Winter Management Show and educational program.
The Winter Management Show presented by SIMA, the Snow and Ice Management Association, will offer a unique opportunity to network with the top manufacturers, distributors and dealers from the leading snow and ice management companies. This venue is the ideal location to showcase the products, services, equipment and technology used in snow & ice removal and winter operations.
If you are in the business of snow plows, attachments, sanders, de-icers/anti-icers, spreaders, trucks, salt storage, professional services and other solutions for Canada’s multi-billion dollar snow and ice removal industry, this is the event for you!
In conjunction with the trade show component, the Winter Management Show will present a relevant and topical education component that will draw even more attendees to this exciting event.
Topics will include:
Build a Bid Series with Rich Arlington, CSP
The Build a Bid program, developed by an experienced team of snow professionals, is a comprehensive breakdown of estimating and selling snow and ice management services. Attend these sessions stand-alone or together to get some insight into creating a sustainable, consistent bidding process for snow and ice services.
Growing Snow Series with Phil Harwood, CSP
Managing snow with equipment has never been easy, and yet the business climate and challenges confronting a snow contractor may be tougher than ever. Join Phil Harwood, CSP in a two-part series as he discusses some real-life strategies to grow in snow. Attend these sessions stand-alone or together to get a better grip on developing a long term sales strategy to grow profits in snow.