MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - The Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo, will present an expanded conference program during its run next year at the International Centre, Nov. 2-4 in Mississauga, Ontario.
 

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Educational sessions devoted to cabinet manufacturing and design will be one of four educational tracks presented November 2 and November 3, the first two days of WMS 2017, Canada's largest event for the wood products manufacturing industries. Show planners are working in conjunction with the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association to develop seminar topics, which will be announced in early 2017. CKCA is again partnering with WMS in planning the 2017 show. 

Additional tracks will include finishing, panel, and hardware trends, as well as small shop best practices. 
WMS management recently conducted a survey of past attendees that probed their interest in a variety of topics and issues.
"Our survey respondents told us overwhelmingly that they want more information on new technology, and best practices," said Harry Urban, Business Development Director for WMS 2017.  "Another topic in high demand was finishing."
 
Conference Centre at the International Centre
WMS 2017 will take advantage of the newly remodeled Conference Centre at the International Centre, November 2-4.
"The new meeting rooms offer state-of-the-art capabilities and will be convenient and comfortable for our attendees," said Urban.
 
Urban also said WMS has committed to keeping the show at the International Centre through 2021.

WMS 2017 Educational Tracks

  • Finishing Materials and Techniques
  • Cabinet Manufacturing & Design
  • Trends in Panel and Hardware
  • Small Shop Best Practices

About WMS

The Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference and Expo –– the largest event for the secondary wood manufacturing market in Canada –– will take place November 2-4, 2017 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. WMS is owned by CCI Canada, which also owns the print, digital, web products and other related events of FDMC and Closets & Home Organization magazine and WoodworkingNetwork.com.