MONCTON, N.B.—After a two-year hiatus, the first edition of the Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show since the COVID-19 outbreak, which was held recently in Moncton N.B., had a successful turnout with 9,985 industry professionals filling the halls of the Moncton Coliseum.
Those in attendance included key decision-makers and purchasers looking to upgrade their fleet and view the many pieces of equipment on the show floor.
Show attendees included a mix of industry professionals including the leaders of the construction, roadbuilding, forestry, land improvement and infrastructure industries, along with delegates from both the Canadian Public Works and Canadian Woodlands Forum’s Spring Conferences which were held nearby, indicates a release.
“The Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show remains one of the biggest heavy equipment events in Atlantic Canada,” said Mark Cusack, national show manager, in a statement. “It was a pleasure to welcome everyone back to the show after a two-year hiatus. We heard many positive accolades from both exhibitors and attendees, which goes to show, everyone was happy to be able to reconnect again in person.”
The dates for the next edition of Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show are expected to be released in the coming months.