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Expo Grands Travaux set for Saint-Hyacinthe

By Adam Freill   

Construction Equipment Equipment Technology

Eastern Canada heavy equipment show featuring operating machines moves to new venue in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, after a four-year hiatus.

(Photo courtesy of Master Promotions Ltd)

After a four-year hiatus, Eastern Canada’s largest heavy equipment trade show, Expo Grands Travaux, is making its return to Quebec from April 21 to 22. The event will cover over 144,000 square feet of Espace St-Hyacinthe with major OEMs, dealers, and tons of big iron on display.

“We are excited to see how this show will benefit from the move to St-Hyacinthe,” said national show manager Mark Cusack. “This show is amping up to be huge and we’re confident the heavy equipment industry will show up in full force.”

Catering to visitors from all over Quebec, the show is also expected to attract attendees from Ontario, New Brunswick and other parts of the country as it offers opportunities to connect with experts, exchange ideas, and learn from peers.

The show, which has the endorsement of the Association des Constructeurs de Routes et Grands Travaux du Quebec (ACRGTQ), the Association des Proprietaires de Machinerie Lourde du Quebec (APMLQ), Bitume Quebec, and Paysagiste Certifie (APPQ), will also feature a Demo Zone, where equipment will be shown, live and in action.


Online registration is available at a 50 per cent discount over the price at the door, and online registrants can also save time at the door by printing their registration confirmation email and presenting it at the pre-registration counter at the show.

Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 21 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 22.





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