Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) is the largest North American gathering of the independent heavy-duty industry. More than 2,300 executives and managers from the U.S., Canada and six other countries including distributors, suppliers, service providers, educators and industry media attended the 2018 conference in Las Vegas. It was created by the industry's leading trade associations and marketing groups with a long-term goal of consolidating the many annual events on the industry calendar and to create the most valuable event for the heavy duty aftermarket. HDAW offers valuable networking opportunities with the top industry executives, a broad range of educational opportunities featuring top speakers and panelists. The industry’s most successful One-on-One Business Meeting program between manufacturers and distributors. More than 1,800 pre-scheduled meetings are anticipated to be held at HDAW '19.
The Work Truck Show® is your once-a-year chance to see all of the newest industry products, choose from dozens of industry-focused training courses, and gain access to technical engineering representatives from hundreds of exhibiting companies. Attendees can interact with thousands of industry professionals, set up meetings with current suppliers or customers; find solutions to resolve technical issues, and talk shop with industry peers at special events and receptions. This conference is designed to expose anyone who builds work trucks to the most innovative tools, processes and resources available and explain how all of these solutions are scalable and customizable to operations of all sizes.
The Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition is home to trucking’s leading fleet professionals, vehicle manufacturers, and component suppliers. TMC is North America’s premier technical conference for trucking, and it’s an event you simply must attend to stay current on industry practices. From a small equipment forum for the trucking industry in the 1950’s, TMC has grown to become the premier technical exhibition for new trucking-related products and services. This is a must-attend show at which smart suppliers access the industry’s leading equipment purchasers
The meeting place for Canada’s trucking industry. Discover the latest trucks trailers, engine, parts, technology…among our 250+ exhibitors. Engage with industry professionals, ask questions and get your team investigating solutions on the show floor. Learn about emerging technologies, industry trends, best practices and ideas from exhibitors that can give your company an important edge. Research, compare and connect with various vendors under one roof. Walk the floor to get a snapshot of the latest and greatest products and technology the trucking industry has to offer.
Get ready for the largest truck show east of Montreal with an impressive showcase of big rigs taking over the entire Moncton Coliseum Complex, inside and out. As the largest national truck show east of Montreal, the Atlantic Truck Show draws visitors from throughout New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and beyond. Held every two years, more than 12,000 attendees took part in the most recent edition in 2017. “The Atlantic Truck show is one of the top trade events within the Atlantic provinces,” said Mark Cusack, National Show Manager. “Industry leaders from across the trucking and transportation sectors trust this show for lead generation, relationship building and – of course – making big sales!”
The International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as the Demo Expo, targets utility professionals and construction contractors, and is owned and produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). ICUEE is the utility industry's largest trade show, covering 28+ acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, and bringing together more than 18,000 utility professionals every two years. ICUEE was honored as a "Gold 100" Trade Show. Represented utilities include Electric – Transmission, Electric – Distribution, Telecom, Natural Gas, Solar, Water, and Wastewater.