Cutting-edge products, huge displays, demos and more at 2015 National Heavy Equipment Show


The National heavy Equipment Show, Canada’s largest heavy equipment show, takes place March 5 to 6 at Mississauga’s International Centre.

“This key industry event will focus on construction, road building, land improvement, and infrastructure,” the show organizers say in a news release. “The leaders of the heavy equipment and construction industries will be there, with cutting-edge products, huge displays, and demonstrations.”

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“Among other attractions, the show will include the Gravel Pit and Snow & Ice Removal features, housing all of the biggest equipment – 40-ton crushing and screening machines, sanders, and plows,” says the news release.


Other show features include:

Show Specials

Visitors are invited to “Shop the Show”, as many exhibitors will be offering special promotions and discounts. A sneak preview will be available on the show website in the coming weeks.


Top 10 under 40

Rock To Road magazine will recognize 10 outstanding individuals under the age of 40 from throughout Canada’s aggregates and roadbuilding industry.


The Rental Pavilion

This will include the latest equipment, tools and products for sale or rent to contractors and road building professionals. Housed in Hall 1, it will offer exhibitors a unique opportunity to influence the rental frequency and volume of both large and small contractors.


Safety products

Roadside safety will be highlighted, including signage and impact-reducing vehicles. This rapidly growing market caters to the needs of safety, health and environmental professionals from across Canada. Get up to speed on important industry challenges.


Educational component

A series of thought-provoking and topical seminars will be offered during the event. Full details will be available on the show website in the coming weeks.


Recruiting here

Exhibitors looking to grow their ranks and hire new employees will be identified, letting career-seekers know they are on the hunt for new talent. Visitors looking for employment are advised to come with their resume in-hand to connect with prospective new employers in the industry.


Show hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday March 5 and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, March 6.