Canada Woodworking West 2015 - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

Canada Woodworking West 2015

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First Time in the West! Announcing Western Canada’s New Secondary Woodworking Show 
 
Abbotsford, BC – Canada’s booming western markets will play host to a brand new woodworking machinery and supply show geared to secondary woodworkers in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
 
Canada Woodworking West will take place at TRADEX in Abbotsford, October 7-8, 2015. This new show – the first of its kind for western Canada – follows the success of Canada Woodworking East, which took place in Montreal in September 2014. 
 
“This event is for western Canada’s commercial and residential cabinet manufacturers and installers, commercial and home furniture manufacturers, architectural woodworkers, millworkers, molding, door and stair manufacturers and the list goes on,” explained Show Manager Mike Neeb. “Exhibitors at this event will have the machinery, hardware and accessories needed to transform wood into these much sought after products.”
 
Presented by Master Promotions Ltd., this event is expected to attract some 200 exhibiting companies along with thousands of trade show visitors. Over 100,000 square feet of exhibit space is available, and major machinery distributors have already jumped onboard and started their booking process.
 
Canada Woodworking West will include forward-thinking educational seminars, an expansive exhibit floor, and limitless opportunities for networking with industry peers. It is the latest in a lineup of successful woodworking and heavy equipment shows being produced by Master Promotions, including Canada Woodworking East, InterSaw, BiomassExpo, Pacific Heavy Equipment Show, Demo International, Canada North Resources Expo, and TRUXPO. 
 
With endorsements from regional industry leaders – UBC Centre for Advanced Wood Processing, FPInnovations, The Wood Manufacturing Council and AWMAC British Columbia – this is sure to be a must-attend event for secondary woodworkers in Western Canada.