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May 3, 2022 – Truck World Attracts 10,920 Industry Professionals

TORONTO, Ont. (May 3, 2022) — Truck World is promoted as the “meeting place for Canada’s trucking industry” – and thousands of people attended the biennial trade show to do that very thing.

The April 21-23 event organized and hosted by Newcom Media’s show division attracted 9,301 attendees and 1,619 exhibitors, representing 10,920 industry professionals overall.

The three-day show included 374 exhibiting companies.

“The volume of people coming through the gates demonstrated that Canada’s trucking industry was eager to embrace live, in-person events as we emerge from pandemic-related restrictions,” said show manager Thierry Quagliata.

“We continue to receive positive reports from attendees and exhibitors alike, reinforcing that the show helped them to establish and renew vital industry connections.”

Newcom Media publishes trucking industry titles including Today’s Trucking, Transport Routier, Road Today, and their associated websites.

Newcom Media’s coming ExpoCam trade show will be hosted May 25-27 at Espace Saint-Hyacinthe, in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que.

About Newcom Media

Newcom Media is Canada’s premier business-to-business publisher delivering information and marketing services to a wide variety of industries through digital media, magazines, and trade shows. It serves markets including trucking and the supply chain, financial services, insurance, dentistry, fashion, waste and recycling, and meetings and events.

Thierry Quagliata
Show Manager


May 10, 2018 – Truck World 2018 a Resounding Success

Truck World 2018 a Resounding Success
Canada’s leading trucking industry trade show attracts record numbers

TORONTO, ON – May 10, 2018
Truck World jointly produced by Newcom Media and Hannover Fairs, division of Deutsche
Messe, took place at the International Centre, April 19-21. The leading tradeshow for Canada’s
trucking industry welcomed 19,595 industry professionals over 3 days.

“With our goal of creating a business environment, not just a walk-around, I couldn’t be happier with this year’s attendance.” says Joe Glionna, President of Newcom Media Inc.

“Starting Thursday with 450 industry professionals at the opening breakfast, having the Ontario Trucking Association’s board meeting on-site, and announcements of truck deals right on the show floor, I’m hearing a tremendous amount of positive comments from the exhibitors. I think the excitement on the show floor is indicative of the general mood across the industry right now.”

There were 14,807 visitors who walked through the halls of the International Centre (Toronto)
from April 19 to 21, interacting with 4,788 exhibitor representatives in more than 525 exhibit spaces.

An additional hall was utilized for this year’s sold out show totaling 5 halls, making this show the
largest Truck World in its history, with over 179,000 square feet of booth spaces and nearly
400,000 total show square footage.

“On Friday and Saturday, the recruitment pavilion was a true success.” said Thierry Quagliata

Truck World Show Manager, “Over 100 recruiting companies were spread out between hall 4 and the general show floor, attracting more than 5,000 drivers looking for new career

Truck World is endorsed by the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) and the Canadian Trucking
Alliance (CTA). Navistar was the event’s prominent sponsor and provided free WIFI for the show, while Cummins sponsored the well-used Show mobile APP.

Highlights of the show included:
– VIP kickoff breakfast with guest speaker David Carroll, Author of United Breaks Guitars,
– Knowledge Stop – NEW this year, where industry experts shared their expertise,
including the very popular session where representatives from the Ontario Police
Commercial Vehicle Committee reviewed trip inspections,
– Fleet Forum where industry leaders discussed the state of Platooning,
– Awarding of Newcom Media award 2018 Highway Star of the Year honors to Westcan
Bulk Transport’s Doug McGowan, an award sponsored by Freightliner, Eberspaecher,
and the Owner-Operator’s Business Association of Canada.
– Women in Trucking salute to women in the industry.

Upcoming shows: IAA Commercial Vehicles September 20-27, 2018 in Hanover Germany,
Surface Transportation Summit October 10, 2018 in Mississauga, ON, ExpoCam April 11-13,
2019 in Montreal, QC, North American Commercial Vehicle Show October 28-31 2019 in Atlanta, GA, and the next Truck World, April 16-18, 2020 in Toronto (Mississauga), ON.

About Newcom Media: With offices in Toronto and Montreal, Newcom Media is Canada’s
premier B2B publisher, delivering information and marketing services to a wide variety of
industries via magazines, directories, and trade shows. Their trucking portfolio includes Today’s
Trucking, Truck and Trailer, Transport Routier, Truck News, and Truck West magazines, as well
as the Truck World, ExpoCam and North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) trade shows.

About Deutsche Messe/ Hannover Fairs USA: Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) develops and
manages marketing programs at Deutsche Messe events in Hannover, Germany and the United States, as well as in such key emerging markets as China, India and Turkey. Working closely with its clients, Hannover Fairs helps them maintain their competitive position on and off the event floor. The company’s programs reflect the global scope of Deutsche Messe’s activities.

For more information, contact:

Joe Glionna
President of Newcom Media Inc.
(416) 614-5805

Thierry Quagliata
Truck World Show Manager
(416) 510-5235

2018 – Truck World Was All Business

Exhibitors secured plenty of orders in Toronto.
Now organizers prepare for Expocam in Montreal.

TORONTO, Ont. – Truck World enjoyed record crowds in 2018, but preliminary feedback from
exhibitors show that visitors were doing more than learning about products and services – they were placing orders and closing deals on the spot.

Almost 19,600 people attended the largest Truck World trade show in history from April 19-21.
It featured 14,807 visitors interacting with 4,788 exhibitor representatives in 525 exhibits
spread across nearly 400,000 sq.ft. of Toronto’s International Centre.

“One of the things that sets Newcom trade shows apart from other options is the quality of
attendees,” said Joe Glionna, president of Newcom, which jointly produces Truck World and the North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show) with Deutsche Messe. “The people who pass through our gates are there to conduct business and learn about everything the trucking industry has to offer.”

Exhibits had barely opened when the Pride Truck Group placed an order for 100 Peterbilt
UltraLoft sleepers.

“We came to Truck World with the specific intention of sourcing equipment to meet our
business needs,” said Vik Gupta, Pride Truck Group’s senior vice-president for sales and
operations. “We weren’t just there to kick tires.”
It was hardly the last of the equipment and service orders secured on the show floor.
Steve Hoke of Redline Emissions Products said his business generated more than $50,000 in
revenue overall. “As we have a facility in B.C., it was fantastic to come and meet our local
dealers and gain new dealers as well,” Hoke said. “This show brought us the best of resale
accounts and fleet buyers, which assures us Truck World will be on our show schedule for years to come.”

“The show was well-attended, well organized,” added FEMCO’s Richard Morin. “The aisles were
well-marked, and I found that we derived value for the money we spent.”

Peter Prodani of OBD Monitor saw this as the strongest Truck World he had ever attended –
and dubbed it the best automotive trade show in Canada — after selling no fewer than nine
diagnostic tools during the three-day show, identifying future buyers as well.

“During the show we closed several deals with training institutions and independent businesses
that operate in the trucking service and repair industry,” he said. “The truck show gave us the
opportunity to expose our products and services to potential buyers and as a result, we closed
several deals which were considerably greater in comparison to the previous show.”

“We will definitely be attending the upcoming show.”

Meanwhile, more than 100 trucking companies in a two-day recruiting pavilion attracted more
than 5,000 drivers looking for new career opportunities.

Exhibitors are already booking space for the ExpoCam truck show to be hosted from April 11-13, 2019, in Montreal. For more information, visit

For more information, contact:

Thierry Quagliata
Show Manager
Ph: 416-510-5235

2018 Show Highlights