ExpoCam 2015 Returns to Montreal Bigger Than Ever
MONTREAL— For three days, Place Bonaventure in Montreal will be the heartbeat of the trucking industry as ExpoCam, the biggest trucking show happening in 2015, returns for another year.
“We were thrilled with the last show’s attendance,” said Joan Wilson, manager of ExpoCam. “We had 11 percent more attendees than in 2011 and the 2015 show will be even bigger. We’re excited to return to Place Bonaventure and to see everyone there again.”
More than 15,000 trucking industry members and 300 exhibitors attended ExpoCam 2013.
ExpoCam, presented by Newcom Business Media, will take place on April 16, 17, 18, 2015 and features:
- 200,000 square feet of trucks, trailers, equipment, tools, technology and services for the trucking industry;
- More than 5,000 parking spaces, access to two nearby subway stations and the VIA Rail train station;
- 300+ exhibitors, special events and contests;
- Watch as one of Canada’s most outstanding owner-operators gets named HighwayStar of the Year. And check out this video of Michael (Motor) Rosenau, the 2014 HighwayStar of the Year, receiving his award at Truck World;
- Hat day, an ExpoCam tradition. Be one of the first 2,000 visitors on Saturday and get a free trucking hat, compliments of ExpoCam exhibitors.
And for the first time, the 2015 show will feature a Recruitment Pavilion, giving drivers both experienced and new the chance to cherry-pick from among the many fleets out to lure new recruits. Plus, the pavilion is a good cure for those empty driver seat blues.
The Recruitment Pavilion was a great success at Truck World 2014 in Toronto, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Check out the Truck World 2014 Overview video for a recap of the show, its highlights and feedback from attendees and exhibitors.
For more videos from Truck World, also take a peek at these videos:
- How trucking can attract more young people, according to Truck World attendees;
- The industry’s biggest challenges, according to Truck World attendees;
- What regulations Truck World attendees could do without;
- Trucking in 2024, through the eyes of Truck World attendees.