PRE-SHOW REPORT: All-new MRO Expo features practical products and seminars
Numerous exhibitors displaying products for a wide variety of industrial applications, plus a conference, seminars and workshops, make MRO Expo worthwhile to attend.Build your knowledge of products, m...
Numerous exhibitors displaying products for a wide variety of industrial applications, plus a conference, seminars and workshops, make MRO Expo worthwhile to attend.
Build your knowledge of products, maintenance tips, and on-the-job issues with the resources available at MRO Expo for Equipment & Machinery, a new trade show to take place Nov. 14-15, 2001, at the Toronto Congress Centre, located near the international airport in Toronto. The show is being held in conjunction with the Supply Chain Management Expo.
MRO Expo is a vertically focused event geared to the maintenance, repair and plant operations market, a vital function in all industries, markets and facilities,” says Dave Brown, group show manager. The show is being co-sponsored by the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) and the Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC).
The show has over 120 exhibitors — well over 200 in both shows — and features air compression, bearings, daily operations, diagnostic and analytical instrumentation, electrical and electronic controls, energy management, hand and power tools, hydraulic and pneumatic components, maintenance shop supplies, mechanical power transmission, motion control technology, and predictive maintenance systems.
The event also is host to a full series of educational workshops, technical information and product sessions led by industry experts and show exhibitors, and feature speakers addressing significant topics of interest to those in the MRO industry. Highlights are the International Maintenance Conference and workshops, the Supply Chain Management Conference, and TIPS technical presentations.
In the future, MRO Expo will be held in alternate years from Canadian Manufacturing Week. For more information, updated exhibitor listings and other details, contact Reed Exhibition Companies at 416-491-7565 or visit the website at www.reedexpo.ca/mroexpo.
Weds. Nov. 14, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Thurs. Nov. 15, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Fees and registration details
Trade show only admission is free if registration is received before Oct. 29, 2001. You can register for the show on-line at www.reedexpo.ca/mroexpo. For conference registration, print a registration form from the website and submit it by mail or fax with payment.
Conference — Performing Maintenance in the Information Age — $795
Conference plus one workshop. Select one workshop — $1295
Conference plus two workshops. Select two workshops — $1695
Workshops — $595 each
Hydraulics & Pneumatics Course — Full-Day Sessions — $225 each day.*
*This pre-registration fee applies if registration is received prior to Oct. 29. It includes lunch and trade show admission. An additional fee of $50 applies to on-site registration.
To obtain a printable registration form, visit www.reedexpo.ca/mroexpo, or call Reed Exhibition Companies at 416-491-7565 or 800-322-7333.