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Popular Trade Show Brings The Big Iron Back To Prince George


Nov 16, 2018 - one month ago

By Supply Post

One of the Western Canada’s most popular heavy equipment trade shows, showcasing the leaders and rising stars of many of the key sectors in its region, is returning to the CN Centre for its fourth edition May 24 & 25, 2019. Exhibit space is already in high demand with hundreds of exhibitors lining up for prime locations on the show floor.

Canada North Resources Expo is a key trade event for those with a personal or professional interest in resources industries like forestry, heavy construction, and project infrastructure. The event hosts over 300 exhibitors with hundreds of pieces of equipment and machinery, on display over four acres inside and outside the CN Centre.  More than 8,000 qualified buyers attended the last edition in 2017.

This industry-leading event has developed into the must-attend show for those in the fields of Forestry, Mining, Road Building, Machinery, Transportation, Construction and many others. Some of the key players already signed up include:

  • Inland Group
  • Brandt Tractor
  • Fre-Flyt
  • SMS Equipment
  • Babine Truck
  • Woodland Equipment
  • Leavitt Machinery
  • Waratah Forestry
  • James Western Star
  • Peerless
  • Wajax
  • Peterbilt Pacific
  • Brutus Truck Bodies
  • and more signing up daily.

For companies providing equipment, machinery, products or technology for Northern Canada, this is an invaluable opportunity to connect with the right audience, generate new leads, build relationships and make big sales. To secure exhibit space before it sells out, contact:

Mark Cusack, National Show Manager, at [email protected] or 1-888-454-7469
Les Trendall, Show Manager, at [email protected] or 1-877-888-7111

Canada Resources North Expo has strong ties to the community and local not-for-profit organizations. Giving back is an integral part of the show; past editions have included efforts to benefit AimHi, the Prince George Association for Community Living, the Salvation Army Food Bank, and significant amounts of scholarship funding for Northwest Community College. More enticing show features will be announced as the event approaches.

Complete details are available on the show website: www.CNRE.ca. You can also follow the show on Facebook and Twitter. 


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