Mechanicals Expo to add seminars to March trade show
Mississauga, ON -- The Canadian HVACR industry is changing and, in a demonstration of its ongoing industry leadersh...
Mississauga, ON — The Canadian HVACR industry is changing and, in a demonstration of its ongoing industry leadership, so is the Canadian Mechanicals Exposition (CMX). For the first time, in addition to a trade show, CMX 2004 will feature a three-day learning program at its March event in Toronto
The new seminars will focus on industry education, providing the base of knowledge needed to take advantage of the many growth opportunities available to HVACR businesses.
"The Canadian HVACR industry has changed" says John Williams, president of Deflecto Canada and CMX 2004 show committee chair. "Global issues such as climate change and the need for increased energy efficiency affect our local communities and have a direct impact on the HVACR industry. Everyone in the business, including service technicians, engineers, installers, business owners and their staff are expected to take a leadership role in the management of these issues and develop practical solutions that customers and the industry can implement."
The Learning Forum seminars will provide an understanding of ways to apply the new products and ideas that come from the trade show floor. It will be designed to appeal to a broad audience across the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
Owned by the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), the Canadian Mechanicals Exposition is the national trade show and learning forum for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and mechanical plumbing industries. CMX 2004 will be held March 25-27, 2004, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto.
For details, visit www.cmxshow.com or call 416-444-5225 or 1-800-282-0003.