Canadian Municipal Equipment Expo Slated for September

April 6, 2015
The trade fair will be held concurrently with Waste & Recycling Expo Canada

The new Municipal Equipment Expo Canada is aimed at decision makers from public authorities and provides in-depth information about modern, sustainable urban development. Messe Frankfurt expects more than 300 exhibitors to take part in the two fairs in Montreal from Sept. 4 to 5, 2015. The events will be held in Montreal and Toronto in alternate years. The trade fair will be held concurrently with Waste & Recycling Expo Canada.

Exhibitors will present products and services for water and sewage management, parks, fleets, flood protection, civil engineering, emergency services, road construction and repairs, and transportation. 

The new event in Canada is Messe Frankfurt’s eighth global trade fair for environmental technology.

“With our growing range of trade fairs for the dynamic environmental-technology sector, we bring together political decision makers, investors and technology manufacturers, and pave the way for the sustainable development of these countries,” said Iris Jeglitza-Moshage, senior vice president, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition.

Source: Messe Frankfurt

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