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Hundreds of companies plan exhibits for CMW

Canadian Manufacturing Week (CMW) is a comprehensive showcase of industrial support products and services taking place in Toronto this fall. The show will be located at the International Centre, and runs for three days, from Sept. 28 to Sept. 30.


June 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

Canadian Manufacturing Week (CMW) is a comprehensive showcase of industrial support products and services taking place in Toronto this fall. The show will be located at the International Centre, and runs for three days, from Sept. 28 to Sept. 30.

Held every two years in Toronto, CMW encompasses three separate events — the Plant Equipment Maintenance show, the Design Engineering & OEM show, the Facilities Maintenance show, and the Supply Chain Management show.

The event attracted 750 exhibitors and about 5,800 visitors when it was last held in 2002. Attendees stated that their primary reasons for attending the show were to get information on new products and services, to seek out new suppliers and to network with colleagues. According to Art Wanuch of MC Lights, CMW was “a great opportunity to refresh contacts and keep pace with what is new in the industry.” Carroll Macintosh of Evergreen Juices Inc. said “We found two pieces of equipment we were looking for.”

CMW offers manufacturing decision-makers displays of a wide range of technology, products, ideas and innovations for all aspects of industrial operations. This comprehensive event allows buying teams to shop under one roof in a comprehensive industrial marketplace.

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The Plant Equipment Maintenance show will include products, services, maintenance software and equipment essential to preventive and strategic maintenance for the continuation of production in manufacturing and assembly plants and facilities.

The Design Engineering & Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) event will provide comprehensive information, software, technology and trends for design engineering and original equipment manufacturing of discrete parts and industrial systems in all industries.

The Facility Maintenance section will feature products and supplies for the operation and maintenance of manufacturing plants, institutional buildings and municipal facilities, with solutions to help industrial managers meet the challenges of running and operating a competitive industrial facility.

Finally, the Supply Chain Management area will offer solutions for all supply chain needs, including materials handling, packaging for distribution, transportation, information technology and specialized logistics.

New this year for CMW will be two co-located events, Weld Expo Canada and Finishing Expo Canada. Weld Expo has served Canada’s welding community since 1986, and is the country’s largest exhibition of equipment, machinery, products and services for the welding industry. Finishing Expo is the only trade event in Canada dedicated to equipment, products, supplies and services for coating and finishing of metal, wood and plastics.

CMW is sponsored by the Canadian Fluid Power Association (CFPA), the Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC), the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) and Supply Chain & Logistics Canada (SCL). Weld Expo is sponsored by the Canadian Welding Association (CWA), while Finishing Expo is held in conjunction with Coatings Magazine.

What’s on display?

Plant Equipment Maintenance Show: Electrical motors/motor control, fluid handling equipment, instruments and controls, industrial electrical systems, plant engineering services, power and hand tools, power transmission equipment, predictive/preventive maintenance, production and maintenance equipment, protective coatings and corrosion control products, supplies and services.

Design Engineering & Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) show: Automation, CAD/ CAM/CIM and peripherals, design engineering services, document management, electrical components, electro optics/photonics, electronics, engineered materials, fastening and joining systems, fluid power, mechanical components, motion control, OEM components, and power transmission.

Facility Maintenance show: Building products, compressor equipment and accessories, dust control, energy conservation, flooring, HVAC/R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration), lighting, modular buildings/construction, plumbing, roofing, software, and specialized equipment.

Supply Chain Management show: B2B technology, bar coding, benchmarking, conveyor systems and components, CRM – customer relationship management, dock equipment, e-business, ERP – enterprise resource planning, financial services, forklifts, cranes, hoists, industrial doors, inventory control systems, network solutions, packaging equipment and supplies, procurement management, scaffolding, ladders, shelving, storage and retrieval systems.

Finishing Expo: Air handling equipment, automatic guns, booths, compressors, controls, conveyors, fans, filters, finishing systems, high performance coatings, instrumentation, liquid coatings, manual guns, ovens, powder coatings, pre-treatment systems and materials, pump robotics, quality control equipment, recovery equipment, specialized industrial coatings, thickness gauges, waste treatment systems and materials.

Welding Expo: Air filtration, air tools and accessories, automated weld systems, brazing alloys, clamps, clothing, cryogenic gas, diamond blades, downdraft tables, engineering services, environmental protection, fume extractors, gantry cutting machines, gases and consumables, grinders – electric, grinding wheels, health and safety products, induction welding components, lifting magnets, mist collectors, positioners, power brushes, protective clothing, publications training, testing – welder procedure, thermal spray systems and consumables, tooling – spot welding, transformers, turntables, weld cleaners, welders (arc, butt, engine-driven, projection, seam, spot, resistance, tig), welding caps, consumables, electrodes, fixtures, manipulators, positioners, robots, torches, wire brushes.

With more than 470 events in 32 countries, Reed Exhibitions is the world’s largest trade show producer and the organizer of Canadian Manufacturing Week. Every year, events organized by Reed bring together some 160,000 suppliers with more than nine million buyers from around the world. Reed Exhibitions Canada is the country’s leading producer of manufacturing events.

For details on CMW, contact Reed Exhibitions, tel. 1-888-322-7333/416-491-7565, or visit www.cmwshow.ca.

Selected exhibitors

The following companies are a small selection of those that plan to exhibit at CMW 2004. For a comprehensive list, visit www.cmwshow.ca.

– ABB-Entrelec, Albion Casters, Alfa Laval, Asco Valve Canada, Atlas Copco, Automated Fluid Power & Control, Balston Canada, Berlet Electronics, Bonfiglioli Canada.

– Can-Am Casters & Wheels, Canadian Timken, CFA Industries, Chevron Global Lubricants, CIEN, Colson Casters, Comlube Technology, Darcor, Devair, DeVilbiss, Dominion Chain, Dow Corning, Enerpac, Fenner Drives, Flexaust Company, Flir Systems Canada.

– Gardner Denver, Garlock Sealing Technologies, Gorman Rupp, Grundfos Canada, Henkel Loctite Canada, Hyatt Industries, IBM Business Partners, Igus, Industrial Mechanical Specialties, ITM Instruments — Airflow, Baker and Projean.

– John Brooks Company, KB Electronics,, Krown Industrial Division, Leeson Canada, Lista International, Machinery & Equipment MRO, Mr. Roller 2000, NSK Canada, NTN Bearing of Canada, Ontario Drive & Gear.

– Parker Hannifin, Permatex Canada, Petro-Canada Lubricants, Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC), Power Pusher Canada, Rotator Products.

– Scott’s Directories, SDT North America, SEW-Eurodrive Co. of Canada, SKF Canada, SM-Cyclo of Canada, Tech Sales Co., Tsubaki of Canada, Unitool, Wickens Industrial, York Fluid Controls, and Zero-Max.