Moncton, NB – The highly anticipated Atlantic Transportation and Logistics Show returns to the Moncton Coliseum this week. From October 20 – 21, attendees will have the opportunity to expolore over 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibits.In parntership with Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association (APTA), Truck Week provides the opportunity for guests to experience a full two days of transportation, logitics and warehousing innovations.
“We are proud to keep this event evolving and expanding to represent the ever-changing transportation industry”, says Mark Cusack, National Show Manager. “This is our most comprehensive editon to date and we are looking forward to revealing this show to the public.”
Registration for visitors who are planning to attend this key industry event is now open. Online registration is available for only $5.00 by clicking here. Pre-registration allows visitors to save money (the price increases to $10.00 at the door) and fast-tracks their entrance to the show floor.
Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the many opportunites within the show such as:
Seminars – Attendees can learn something new at our seminar stage with presentations on dock safety, the future of ELD’s and EV’s, warehouse improvements and more. The full schedule is available on our WEBSITE.
Show & Shine – The Show and Shine, happening exclusively Friday, October 21st, gathers an impressive grouping of show trucks and allows guests to show off their chromed-out, decorated vehicles to visitors. Entry is by donation only and all proceeds go towards a charitable organization. Find more information on our WEBSITE.
Recruiting Here – New and old industry professionals looking for a career change will have the opportunity to network with recruiting exhibitors. Some of the top companies from across the region will be in search of new talent. Find more information on recruiting companies HERE.
As the largest national truck show east of Montreal, the Atlantic Transportation & Logistics Show provides opportunities for industry professionals to research and purchase the latest trucks and related products on the market. The unique event draws visitors from across the Atlantic provinces, and beyond.