Heavy Features

 

Crushing & Screening Exhibits
The show will have a large display of working aggregate machinery, including equipment like crushers, conveyors, scales, recyclers, front end loaders, hammers, drives/motors, and so much more!

 

Rental Equipment
Rental Equipment will be displayed, featuring the latest equipment, tools, and products for sale or rent to the contractors and road building professionals who attend the show. This feature offers exhibitors a unique opportunity to influence the rental frequency and volume of both large and small contractors.

Seminar Schedule

A full program of educational seminars is included as part of your registration.

Don’t miss the following sessions taking place throughout the show in Meeting Room 103:

Thursday, March 28, 2019

 
11:00 am

Drones: Achieving New Heights

Coleton Madge, RPAS GIS Technical Specialist, UKKO Canada

12:00 noon

Careers as a Heavy Duty Equipment Technician

Centennial College

1:00 pm

NEW Pipeline Crossing Requirements for Mobile Equipment
Ann Newman, Supervisor of Lands & ROW at Enbridge Pipelines Inc.

2:30 pm

Virtual Reality (VR) –You need it more than you think you do!
Scott McCarthy, Co-Owner – Chief Operations Officer, VR Headspace

 
Friday, March 29, 2019

 
10:00 am

NEW Pipeline Crossing Requirements for Mobile Equipment
Ann Newman, Supervisor of Lands & ROW at Enbridge Pipelines Inc.

11:00 am

Drones: Achieving New Heights 
Coleton Madge, RPAS GIS Technical Specialist, UKKO Canada

12:00 noon

Careers as a Heavy Duty Equipment Technician
Centennial College

1:00 pm

Recreational cannabis and the job site: Overcoming the labour and legal challenges

Andrew Pariser, VP, Residential Construction Council of Ontario
Laura Brazil, Partner, Advocacy & Litigation, McMillan LLP
sponsored by: 

on-site

2:30 pm

Virtual Reality (VR) –You need it more than you think you do!
Scott McCarthy, Co-Owner – Chief Operations Officer, VR Headspace

Recruiting Here

Use the National Heavy Equipment Show as your road to career success!

  • Career seekers are encouraged to bring resumes and credentials with them to the show
  • Meet some of the biggest Heavy Equipment players from across the country 
  • Get face-to-face time with hiring companies and recruiters
  • Compare and shop for the right fit for you
  • Get informed with career information

Visit the following booths to learn more about their recruiting efforts!

Company Booth#    Website
Lawson Products  #3000  lawsonproducts.ca
Toromont Cat      #3006  toromontcat.com
Camso Distribution Canada Inc.  #3016  camso.co
FLO Components Ltd.    #3849  flocomponents.com
Durham College    
Liebherr Canada Ltd. #1200 liebherr.ca
Ame Drill Supply & Services Inc. #3304 amedrillsupply.ca
Stinson Owl-Lite #4313/4315    stinson.ca
Mechanics Hub
#1140 mechanicshub.com
Equipment Sales & Services Limited #1377 essltd.com

 

Check back for weekly updates of the recruiters list!

CAED Power Breakfast

Master Promotions Ltd. in support of the Ontario Chapter of the CAED Presents Breakfast with Mr. Bob Collins- Buildforce Canada

When: Thursday March 28, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. (7:15 a.m. Registration)

How: Pre Register by Contact Ron Lambert: lambert_ron@hotmail.com or 289-962-1254

Where: National Heavy Equipment Show – International Centre - Room 104 Hall (1) - 6900 Airport Centre, Mississauga, L4V 1E8

Bob-Collins

Mr. Bob Collins Key Note Speaker

 

Bob Collins is a senior economist with BuildForce Canada, a national industry-led organization committed to the development of a highly skilled workforce that will support the future needs of Canada’s construction industry. Bob received his undergraduate degree in Economics from Memorial University of Newfoundland and his Masters from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia.  He has over 25 years’ experience as a senior economic consultant and for the last 15 years has focused primarily on tracking construction investment trends and labour market analysis.

BuildForce Canada’s 2019-2028 construction outlook shows British Columbia leading construction growth in Canada, requiring thousands of additional workers, while Ontario continues to grapple with record levels of construction activity; demands plateau or recede in most other provinces. Interpreting these changing market conditions is particularly challenging as age demographics take hold with increasing numbers of workers expected to retire over the next decade while industry must sustain long term workforce capacity.

 

Registration for the Breakfast will also provide complimentary admission to the Heavy Equipment Show.

OAPC Spring Seminar

OAPC

 

The Ontario Asphalt Pavement Council's (OAPC) Spring Operations Seminar will take place at the National Heavy Equipment Show at Mississauga's International Centre on March 28.

 

Exhibitor Specials

Stay tuned for specials from show exhibitors!