Expo Grands Travaux returns to Olympic Stadium in Montreal

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In 2016, Expo Grands Travaux welcomed 12,676 visitors and featured more than 200 exhibitors

Expo Grands Travaux returns to Olympic Stadium in Montreal this Friday and Saturday.

The massive heavy equipment show, held April 27 and 28, features tons of big iron on display from hundreds of major equipment manufacturers and dealers.

“All signs point to a very big show for this year,” said Mark Cusack, National Show Manager for Expo Grands Travaux.

“With over 2,000 pre-registered visitors and just a few exhibit spaces remaining, we expect one of our largest crowds yet at Expo Grands Travaux.”

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The show is one of Canada’s largest heavy equipment events and exhibit space has once again sold out.

Held every two years, the last Expo Grands Travaux in 2016 welcomed 12,676 visitors and featured more than 200 exhibitors displaying machinery for projects of all sizes.

Several popular features return to Expo Grands Travaux, including:

  • ‘Recruiting Here’, which connects job seekers with exhibiting companies on the hunt for new talent.
  • A new industry luncheon with guest speakers focusing on the topic “What does 2018-2019 hold in terms of infrastructure work?”
  • Learn what’s new in the industry with live product demonstrations throughout the show.

Online pre-registration  for the show is still available for a limited time, allowing visitors to fast-track their entrance directly onto the show floor. Registration is also available at the door and show badges are valid for both days of the event.

For a preview of the show’s floor plan, exhibitor list and everything else that will be at the show, click here.

The 2018 edition of the show is endorsed by several key industry associations, including the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA), l’Association des propriétaries de machinerie lourde du Québec (APMLQ), the Quebec Chapter of l’Association des travaux publics d’Amérique (ATPA), l’Association Béton Québec (ABQ), l’Association des constructeurs de routes et grands travaux du Québec (ACRGTQ) and l’Association  des Paysagistes Professionnels du Québec (APPQ).

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