Eastern Canada woodworking show opens in Quebec
October 25, 2018 | 11:15 am CDT
SAINT-HYACINTHE, Quebec - A cabinet and furniture industry show and exhibition is currently underway in Quebec. Show organizers expect thousands will attend.
“It’s our pleasure to bring this major industry event to the hub of Eastern Canada’s woodworking industry,” says Mike Neeb, show manager. “Pre-registration numbers are soaring above levels from previous years, and we can’t wait for everyone to take in this special edition of Canada Woodworking East.
The 2018 edition includes a range of exhibitors from across Canada, the United States, Europe and abroad. The venue, the BMO Centre at Espace Saint-Hyacinthe, features 60,000 square feet of exhibit space.
A wide range of seminars will take place on location and will be free of charge to all show visitors. Topics will include:
  • Optimisation des procédés : Comment réduire la dépendance au ponçage et faire la transition vers l’Industrie 4.0? Presented in French by Julie Cool, Ph.D., Wood Science, University of British Columbia
  • Comment la finition à faible impact environnemental peut-elle améliorer votre situation? Presented in French by: Marc-André Bérubé, Inovem
  • Recruiting a Workforce is Challenging. Presented in English by: Richard Lipman, Wood Manufacturing Council

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