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Registration open for AHES 2016

December 15, 2015 – The Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show returns to the Moncton Coliseum Complex this spring, celebrating 30 years as a pillar of the industry. Taking place April 7 and 8, 2016, this event is Atlantic Canada's most comprehensive heavy equipment show.

Visitors walking the show floor will have the opportunity to connect with hundreds of exhibitors showing off top of the line equipment. This is the must-attend event for the heavy equipment, roadbuilding, forestry, landscaping, and municipality sectors – boasting a vast indoor and outdoor showcase of the latest products, services, and BIG iron.

“Exhibit space is now 90 per cent sold out for the show,” said national show manager Mark Cusack. “It’s a big year with it being the show’s 30th anniversary. We’re expecting tons of heavy equipment on display and big crowds for what’s sure to be an exciting event.”

Registration is now open for the 2016 edition of the show. For a limited time, visitors can take advantage of a BOGO offer and register two people for the price of one. Online registration and full details are available on the show website: www.AHES.ca

New for the 2016 edition of the Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show is an exclusive pre-registration prize showcase. Show visitors who pre-register by March 24, 2016 will receive a ballot for a chance to win a prize showcase valued at over $3,000. Prizes include a Weber BBQ, courtesy of Brandt; a plate compactor from Maritime Case Ltd.; and an iPad Mini and $500 credit for use at the online Liebherrshop, courtesy of Liebherr-Canada Ltd. Ballots are available exclusively to those who pre-register by March 24. Additional details are available on the show website.

Show information

Thursday, April 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, April 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Moncton Coliseum Complex

For complete details on the Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show, visit www.AHES.ca or find the show on Facebook
The Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show is owned and sponsored by the Atlantic Land Improvement Contractors Association (ALICA).

December 15, 2015  By  Andrew Snook

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